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Listmania on the Victorian Era

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Divia
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Listmania on the Victorian Era

Postby Divia » Wed August 27th, 2008, 10:00 pm


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Postby michellemoran » Wed August 27th, 2008, 10:26 pm

I really enjoyed Deanna's Silent in the Grave. And Crimson Petal and the White took my breath away with its period detail.
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Postby Divia » Wed August 27th, 2008, 10:34 pm

I havent read either :o They are on my TBR pile..which seems to be growing and growing by the day!
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Postby michellemoran » Wed August 27th, 2008, 11:24 pm

Oohhhh... start with Silent in the Grave. If you like mysteries, you won't regret it!
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Postby LCW » Thu August 28th, 2008, 12:41 am

Cool! We should start a thread with all our Listmania's and screen names for other websites!!
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Divia
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Postby Divia » Thu August 28th, 2008, 12:52 am

I agree about the listmania. That could be helpful and didnt we have a thread like that over on the other forum.
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Postby diamondlil » Thu August 28th, 2008, 9:59 am

"michellemoran" wrote:Oohhhh... start with Silent in the Grave. If you like mysteries, you won't regret it!




I second that! Silent in the Grave is a really fun read!

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Vanessa
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Currently reading: The Year That Changed Everything by Cathy Kelly
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Favorite HF book: Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell!
Preferred HF: Any
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Postby Vanessa » Thu August 28th, 2008, 7:31 pm

I absolutely loved Crimson Petal and the White, The Meaning of Night (both of which I found very atmospheric) and The Tea Rose. I have The Observations, Kept, Fingersmith, Affinity and Silent in the Grave on my TBR pile. I can remember enjoying Shadow of the Moon years ago, I still have an old copy of it. There are several on that list which I must make a note of - on my wish list they go!

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Postby lama » Sat October 4th, 2008, 8:19 am

Oh, you'll love Affinity if you like atmospheric!

I can hardly wait to read Crimson Petal and the White.
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Vanessa
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Currently reading: The Year That Changed Everything by Cathy Kelly
Interest in HF: The first historical novel I read was Katherine by Anya Seton and this sparked off my interest in this genre.
Favorite HF book: Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell!
Preferred HF: Any
Location: North Yorkshire, UK

Postby Vanessa » Sat October 4th, 2008, 10:45 am

I've never read a book by Sarah Waters, but loads of people rave about them. I shall bump Affinity up my TBR pile! :)
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