Dianas Boys: William and Harry and the Mother they Loved

Dianas Boys William and Harry and the Mother they Loved A New York Times Bestseller A Publishers Weekly Bestseller A Literary Guild SelectionFour years after Diana s death Prince William and his brother Prince Harry are the planet s two most photographed

  • Title: Dianas Boys: William and Harry and the Mother they Loved
  • Author: Christopher Andersen
  • ISBN: 9781568951980
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • A New York Times Bestseller A Publishers Weekly Bestseller A Literary Guild SelectionFour years after Diana s death, Prince William and his brother Prince Harry are the planet s two most photographed, writtenabout, and speculated about young men Christopher Andersen draws on important sources many of whom have agreed to speak for the first time to paint this sympathA New York Times Bestseller A Publishers Weekly Bestseller A Literary Guild SelectionFour years after Diana s death, Prince William and his brother Prince Harry are the planet s two most photographed, writtenabout, and speculated about young men Christopher Andersen draws on important sources many of whom have agreed to speak for the first time to paint this sympathetic yet often startling portrait of William and Harry, and reveal how their mother remains a constant presence in their lives Diana s Boys is than the first comprehensive biography of the world s two most celebrated royals This is the story of a mother who died too young and the children who are her living legacy.

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    About " Christopher Andersen "

  • Christopher Andersen

    Librarian s note There is than one author in the database with this name.Christopher Peter Andersen is an American journalist and the author of 32 books, including many bestsellers A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Andersen joined the staff of Time Magazine as a contributing editor in 1969 From 1974 to 1986 Andersen was senior editor of Time Incorporated s People Magazine He has also written for a wide range of publications, including The New York Times, The New York Daily News, Life, and Vanity Fair.While his early nonfiction books veered from psychology The Name Game to true crime The Serpent s Tooth to art collecting The Best of Everything , with former Sotheby s chairman John Marion , he is best known for his controversial biographies Between 1991 and 2011, he published 14 New York Times bestselling biographies Andersen wrote Mick The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger to mark the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones in July 2012 The book quickly became Andersen s 15th New York Times bestseller.

  • 400 Comments

  • I have grown inordinately fond of Christopher Andersen's prose lately. Yes, there are times when he falls into overusing the same phrase on multiple occasions (and it's usually something elegant that you just know he's very proud of, like "those legendary playing fields of Eton," or something like that), or when he refers to the same person in three or more different ways on the same page (as in "Diana," "Mummy," and "the Princess of Wales"; or "Elizabeth," "Granny," "Her Majesty," and "the Quee [...]


  • I actually lstened to this on my way to a conference. Overall, it was an enjoyable book. I think there are many things that have come out since the writing of this that make it a bit humorous especially with Wills now a husband and father. I also appreciated seeing the more human side of Charles. Her death was a tragedy. She was the mother to two boys that she loved very much, and tried to raise them to be good princes and kings.


  • I usually take so much time reading a book - might take a day to read a chapter. When I do read, I only read when I feel I want to. However, it's different for this book. I look forward to reading it after a day's work. I read two chapters quickly before I go to sleep. I like how Andersen's writing flows. As English is not my primary language, his vocabulary is easy to understand so I don't take too long like usual. I thought I'm going to regret buying this book which I bought cheap in a used bo [...]


  • I have now read several biographies by Christopher Andersen. I find them well written & seem to be well researched. This book was written only four years after Diana's death, so it is interesting to relive the tenor of those times. Considering how well (for the most part) Diana's boys have done since, this book shows her influence on them & how they have become the men they are today.



  • I was living in England when Diana died. In fact, I had been on the spot where she was killed only two weeks before. I remember the shock of knowing that such a young, vibrant woman with so much left to give, had suddnely been taken from this world. The reality that her young sons would have to go through their adolescence without a mother - a mother whom they were so obviously close to - was heartbreaking.This book is a wonderful chronicle of their lives together. Unfortunately, I don't think t [...]


  • A really interesting read about Diana's sons and their lives up to and beyond Diana's death. I really enjoyed this book.Back Cover Blurb:Five years after Diana's death, Prince William and his brother Prince Harry are the planet's two most written and speculated about young men. People everywhere feel an intense affection for Wills and Harry, and wonder if, without their mother to guide them, they are withering or flourishing in the House of Windsor.Here is a story of a mother who died too young [...]


  • In spite of my love of anything Royal, I avoid most books as they tend to be over-the-top and self indulgent. This was a refreshing change as the author, when leaning dangerously to one side of the fence, always managed to tip the scales back to neutral with an even hand of praising and admonishing both parents equally in the boys' upbringing. I was also very pleased that even with the advantage of hindsight, I was to still able to learn new details about my favorite family.



  • Such a sad story for a great person. It's truly just shitty how she was treated by the royal family. A great book for any history or Diana enthusiast. Now on to After Diana.







  • A good book on the lives of princess Diana's sons; stops before William gets to college so it doesn't delve into the Will-Kate romance. 



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