07 January 2017

Historical Fiction Reading Challenge 2016 Incomplete

A year ago I signed up for the Historical Fiction Reading Challenge 2016 hosted by Passages to the Past. I committed to the Medieval level and had to read a minimum of 15 historical fiction novels by 31 December 2016.

Unfortunately I fell one book short of my goal, but here's what I read:


1. The Secret Heiress | Luke Devenish
2. The Golden Day | Ursula Dubosarsky
3. Precious Things | Kelly Doust
4. Falling Angels | Tracy Chevalier
5. The House Between Tides | Sarah Maine
6. Dark Aemilia | Sally O'Reilly
7. Three Sisters, Three Queens | Philippa Gregory
8. The Good People | Hannah Kent
9. The Wonder | Emma Donoghue
10. Beyond the Orchard | Anna Romer
11. Southern Ruby | Belinda Alexandra
12. The Better Son | Katherine Johnson
13. The Kingmaker's Daughter | Philippa Gregory
14. The Countess: A Novel of Elizabeth Bathory | Rebecca Johns

Despite failing to complete the challenge, I think I'm going to sign up again in 2017 as historical fiction remains my favourite genre.

Anyone want to join me?

Carpe Librum
!

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