||[Jul. 22nd, 2006|02:22 pm]
The Question Club
Yesterday, I had a guest where I work give me a few books. We were talking about victorian-era novels the week before, and she was nice enough to loan me a few of hers to read at work (as my job as gate sentry is sort of boring at times).|
Anyway, have any of you ever read any of these?
• The Other Boleyn Girl, by Philippa Gregory
• The Cotton Queen, by Pamela Morsi
• The Innocent, by Posie Graeme-Evans
What did you think of them? Can you give me a brief (and spoiler-free) summary if you've read one? I've read the comments and author's notes or whatever on Amazon, I was just wondering what you people had to say. :)
I'm reading The Other Boleyn Girl right now, and so far it's pretty good. I don't normally read this sort of thing, so was surprised when it turned out decent.
Erm, to clarify, maybe I used the wrong term. I wasn't using "Victorian-Era" as a time constraint (i.e. WRITTEN then), just as a general genre type deal. Maybe even so, it was the wrong term. Old-english-setting-novels, is what I meant.