I Am Rembrandt's Daughter
by Lynn Cullen
Taking us back to the 1600's, this book does a great job letting us know what it was like to be just an average girl. The description of Cornelia's troubles and triumphs was just perfect, and best of all the story as a whole was believeable. While the ending may have been happy, I was beyond pleased that it wasn't the cliche, happy-go-lucky ending that I'd been expecting. This book kept me entertained and interested from the beginning, and I'd recommend it to fans of historical novels, because it does a great job of blending in facts with fiction.