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Random House Value Pub, 1994 - Fiction - 248 pages
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Engaging biography of this visionary figure who continues to terrify and enthrall readers nearly 500 years after his birth. His uncanny predictions—from the French Revolution to the Civil War—will startle even the most skeptical, and his unusual life makes for remarkable reading. 256 pages.

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User Review  - Jayjay - Goodreads

a fascinating insight into the life of michel de nostradame if not slightly pertubing read because of the prophecys he predicted that have already come true and the ones still to be fufilled. Read full review

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User Review  - Aarohi Jain - Goodreads

It wasa a good and catching book to read with lots of facts about the famous person. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

John Brownjohn is a prize-winning translator and works with Roman Polanski.

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