I´m not giving up on this book just yet, but let me say this: I´m bored senseless by it.
Isabella talks constantly about the politics of a foreign country, throwing around made up names of cities and geographical areas (yes, most of the time I don´t have a clue what is going on). What annoys me the most, though, is Isabellas constant hinting at that this political chit chat has some relevance later on in her memoirs. Boring!
This might become my first DNF of the year, depending on the next couple of chapters and depending on whether or not the story starts to get interesting.