Monday, December 11, 2023

2023 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge Wrap Up Posts

 




And just like that, we are at the end of the 2023 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge.



Whilst there is still another couple of weeks to add your December links (the linky post for December is here), now there is an opportunity for you to add your wrap up post links if you have done one. You don't have to, although it is alway interesting to see what people have read throughout the challenge.



I expect that I might read at least one more historical fiction book, but in the meantime, I thought I would share my reads for the year. Please bear in mind that I am a terrible book blogger and don't review anything near all the books I have read. Here, though, are the historical fiction books I read this year, including links where there is a review. I will try to do better next year!



My list




The Proxy Bride by Zoe Boccabella
The Flame Tree by Siobhan Daiko (my review)
Mrs Harris Goes to Paris by Paul Gallico
The Kitchen Front by Jennifer Ryan (my review)
Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne
My Father's House by Joseph O'Connor
The Forgotten Palace by Alexandra Walsh (my review)
The Girl Who Escaped by Angela Petch (my review)
The Lost Daughters of Ukraine by Erin Littekin (my review)
The Book Binders of Jericho by Pip Williams
The War Nurses by Anthea Hodgson
The Girl from Venice by Siobhan Daiko (my review)
Escape to Tuscany by Kat Deveraux (my review)
Lessons in Chemisty by Bonnie Garmus (my review)
Love and Saffron by Kim Fay (my review)
The Paris Agent by Kelly Rimmer
An Italian Secret by Ella Carey
The Last Train from Paris by Juliet Greenwood (my review)
The Tuscan Orphan by Siobhan Daiko (my review)




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3 comments:

  1. Yesterday I picked up The Kitchen Front and cannot wait to start reading it.

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  2. Thanks for hosting! I enjoyed it!

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