In Imagining Diana, the novel by New York Times bestselling author Diane Clehane, Princess Diana survives the 1997 car crash that led to her tragic death.
As the world awaits news of Princess Diana's fate following the paparazzi-fueled crash, Diana awakens from a coma to discover that she has survived the wreckage, but with her famous face--the most photographed in the world--forever changed. Based on actual events, what ensues is an elegant and riveting account of Diana's storied past and imagined future as an icon, lover and mother of a future king.
"20 years after Diana's death, a happier ending imagined" -The New York Times
"One of the best books about Princess Diana" -People.com
"The first book about Diana that presents her as a real woman" -Erica Jong
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I'm pretty emotional right now, having just turned the last page of this book. I followed Lady Di to becoming Princess Diana and to her tragic death. And to have her come back to life on these pages was just a miracle. The writer has given Diana fans everywhere a beautiful gift. Also, even if you don't know much about her, it's just a great read. Bravo!
Diane Clehane's portrayal of what Diana's life would have been like had she lived is so true to life! She captured every detail as I would have imagined. The book is brilliant! So much so, that it left me wanting more! Kudos to Diane Clehane for a fabulous book. I loved it! Loved Diana having lunch at Michael's too!