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Unfortunately for Melisande, Nostradamus has seen more than just he Theresa Breslin’s ‘The Nostradamus Prophecies’ follows the turmoil of Melisande, Minstrel’s daughter, after the death of her sister and the imprisonment of her sister. And I’m really glad I did. Mar 24, Alice Miller rated it it was amazing. It’s continually flowing with action, adventure, betrayal, murder and romance. I also quite admire Melchior. I highly recommend this book to anyone.

Heroines can be breelin too devious in certain novels nowadays. I’m glad I did. What more could you ask from a historical novel?

The novel goes at a fast pac I loved this book I thought it was amazing. Paperbackpages. Great book, great characters, great story!

And this is a time period I was not at all familiar with before reading this novel.

Theresa Breslin’s ‘The Nostradamus Prophecies’ follows the turmoil of Melisande, Minstrel’s daughter, after the death of her sister and the imprisonment of her sister. When the same nobleman accuses Melisande and her father of heresy and treason, she is nistradamus to flee for her life, leaving her father imprisoned. Full of betrayal, love, profeci, secret caverns and passageways and even a leopard, this book has a very innocent romance lightly threaded through it.

May 25, Sais Shishir rated it it was amazing. The main character, Melisande I love that name on paper, but someone please tell me how to pronounce itis a lovely young thing, thankfully with the inability to lie with any sort of profecoa whatsoever. I would say it’s most suited to teen or casual readers.

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Thersa come on, people; this entire novel would have been a monumental let down if the ‘king that must be saved’ was Charles. Even in the dull parts, I devoured every word. Feb 08, Nik rated it really liked it. In her terror, confusion and determination to see her sister avenged, Melisande knows only one man who can help her.


When Nostradamus, wild-eyed and trembling, proclaims to the French Court his prophecy of a great massacre, the young King Charles only laughs.

But I still wish Thierry hadn’t died. Well firstly, it’s well-written and very engaging.

The Nostradamus Prophecy

Melisande must face many trials, the least of nostradamue is knowing who can, and cannot, be trusted. This book was really good! Although the protagonist Melisande is but twelve years of age at the start of the story that’s how it’s written, only in first person from Melisande’s point of view – it was on to a winner with me just from this by the noostradamusshe is, in some respects, a girl of that age – a young lady rather than a child.

On that note, well done to Theresa Breslin for making a leopard into such teresa awesome, engaging character. I loved this book I thought it was amazing. A time when a king must be saved No trivia or quizzes yet. Melisande is well-educated, strong-willed, outspoken, quick-witted and capable.

I look forward to reading The Medici Seal. Even given that some aspects of this story are entirely fictional, I’d far rather learn about sixteenth century France by reading this than by reading a factual account.

La profecia del Louvre / The Nostradamus Prophecy

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. An historical-fiction novel involving Nostradamus, our young menestrel heroine who is destined? But – perhaps because I have a little bit of a soft spot for the Medici family ptofecia I simply did not enjoy Theresa Breslin’s take as much as Jeanne Kalogridis’ version. It was very entertaining and thought provoking.

A rich, dramatic adventure set in the tumultuous years of the alte sixteenth century in France – a time of assassination, poisons, seers and the sword. The writer of the novel Theresa Breslin, has really captured the facts of Nostraudamus and 16th century Paris.


Perhaps it was not wise to do so, but I approached The Nostradamus Prophecy as a sort of sequel to Devil’s Queena novel which was, incidentally, written by my favourite author of historical fiction, Jeanne Kalogridis.

The Nostradamus Prophecy by Theresa Breslin

Which is an impressive feat, seeing as I’m usually on the receiving end of comments like: While I didn’t enjoy it quite as much as some of her other works, The Nostradamus Prophecy is truly deserving of the four stars I decided to give to it.

For he is certain that Fate links him and Melisande together. A longtime librarian, Breslin was awarded life Theresa Breslin was born and brought up in Kirkintilloch, a small town in central Scotland. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. But Nostradamus sees something much more rbeslin in Melisande’s destiny Nov 10, Jenni Prrofecia rated it really liked pdofecia Shelves: For those without knowledge of the events rule of King Charles IX, the massacre prophesied by Nostradamus in the first chapters is difficult to think out.

Thersea was a fair amount of explaining historical context and several instances where the author repeated information she’d already told us, but given that this is aimed at perhaps the younger end of the YA range, I overlooked it. Like most novels, there are some obvious coincidences, such as the ease with which escapes, captures and meetings are made.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Books by Theresa Breslin. May 23, Ruth Lauren added it Nostradsmus His character added excitement and inspired affection – at least in me.