An absorbing romantic novel about Rembrandt’s daughter at the age of fourteen. After her mother dies and her brother moves away, Cornelia is left alone with her father, Rembrandt van Rijn. He has been denounced by his wealthy patrons and can’t offer the affection and care that Cornelia craves. A work of emotional depth, readers will also learn about Rembrandt’s life and art.
Reviewed by: Susan K
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