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Scandalous incendiary autobiography a book that might well turn the old world order on its headAcevedo's new novel is an atmospheric and gripping tale of love adventure power and the uest to take control of one's destiny Bourbon Spain Revolutionary Cuba and fin de siècle America are vividly rendered and Eulalia's personal rebellion will resonate with many reade. Read three fourths of this book and realized that by a certain point I was making myself do it Why I had a lot of other boo The Big Golden Book of Poetry rendered and Eulalia's personal Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, resonate with many Homewrecker realized that by a certain point I was making myself do it Why I had a lot of other boo

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The Living Infinite

Agon the son of her one time wet nurse and a small town bookseller with a thirst for adventure she travels by ship first to a Cuba bubbling with revolutionary fervor then on to the 1893 Chicago World Fair As far as others are concerned she is there as an emissary of the Bourbon dynasty and a guest of the Fair Secretly she is in America to find a publisher for her. The story of a wet nurse for a Spanish ueen s new infant turns into the story of her son and the baby princess she nursed th

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The Living Infinite is based on the true story of the Spanish princess Eulalia an outspoken firebrand at the Bourbon court during the troubled and decadent final years of her family's reignAfter her cloistered childhood at the Spanish court her youth spent in exile and a loveless marriage Eulalia gladly departs Europe for the New World In the company of Thomas Ar. This is a historical novel that sweeps from the royal courts of Spain the streets of Havana and the wonders of the 1893 Chic


10 thoughts on “The Living Infinite

  1. says:

    This was my fifth Acevedo book and the best so far She is an amazing writer and a talented storyteller Acevedo reimagines the life of Princess Eulalia as a feminist romantic heroine and captures the anything is

  2. says:

    I love historical fiction and the Infanta Eulalia was someone I knew nothing about The book summaries seemed to promise that she was a firebrand and led a life of flaunting the establishment But the story fell flat

  3. says:

    This is a historical novel that sweeps from the royal courts of Spain the streets of Havana and the wonders of the 1893 Chicago’s World Fair The story of Eulalia a real life Spanish princess was interesting but kind of left me wanting I recognize that her perspective was rebellious of her time but I wanted her to show courage in her actions As the author was working with true to life events she probably felt she coul

  4. says:

    I received a free copy of this novel from Goodreads in exchange for an honest reviewI loved this novel It took me so long to finish because it was the rare book that I didn’t want to end For a historical fiction piece I was blown away at how realistic each of these characters especially and most importantly the female

  5. says:

    This is historical fiction at its best The author uses the life of Eulália de Bourbon Infanta of Spain to weave a tale o

  6. says:

    The story of a wet nurse for a Spanish ueen's new infant turns into the story of her son and the baby princess she nursed that remained in touch with her Good story good writing of a different time and place

  7. says:

    Outstanding historical fiction written by an author I hadn’t read before The book was so wonderful I read slowly savoring Acevedo’s words

  8. says:

    The Living Infinite is a fictional account of the very real Infanta Eulalia of SpainAcevedo weaves a lovely tale focused first on Eulalia's f

  9. says:

    Read three fourths of this book and realized that by a certain point I was making myself do it Why? I had a lot of other books to read The writer knew what she was doing but I wasn't interested enough to find out what finally happens

  10. says:

    The subject of this historical novel The Infanta Eulelia the defiant youngest daughter of Isabel II of Spain should make f

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