I'm part of a pretty sensational book club comprised of 4 close friends and yours truly.
Right now we are finishing up the best book I've read in the last couple years: "East of Eden" by Steinbeck.
What genius. I've laughed, I've cried, and I've thought about lots of deep stuff. Sorta philosophical if you will.
Oh you will? Great.
As we are beginning the end (last 100 pages coming right up), The Club is discussing what to read next. Maybe something we can really sink our teeth into. Wow, hunger pang.
We're thinking historical fiction. What is your fave historical fiction? Do share. And, if you're very lucky, I might just suggest your book to The Ladies of the Club ("The Ladies of the Club" is the title of a book I couldn't get thru. Bleh book. Great title. Good advice= don't judge a book by it's cover. Yeah. I bet you've never heard that before, have you?).
Historical Fiction I've read and loved:
The Josephine Bonaparte Collection by Sandra Gulland
The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory
Other Books That I Can't Think of Now by Early Onset Alzheimer's
Your faves please?