October 28, 2011
Bella, I’ve never read any of Weir’s fiction. I’ve only read ‘The Lady in the Tower’ and her ‘Mary Boleyn’ book. It was hard to read either of them through the tears, but that was mainly because of the knitting needles I was sticking in my eyes as self punishment for reading them in the first place!
I understand the comment that you should vote with your pocket and not buy them, but it’s kind of like ulcers on your tongue. You nibble at them even though it hurts like hell. I can’t wait to see what she’ll come up with next, even though it hurts. Actually I suppose that means that Weir is my human equivalent of a tongue ulcer.
I’ve read Innocent Traitor, Boleyn, you’d probably like it. It does make Francis Brandon quite a monster and she spins a few bizarre theories in it, but I actually liked how she used a lot of characters in it, it had a lot of interesting layers, and the closing chapter was good.
I have Lady in the Tower here but I’ve been put off reading it since I read Louise’s rant on the forum, I don’t think it’s important enough to bother with at the moment, I have enough history books to get on with.
December 5, 2009
October 28, 2011
Eek, sorry Louise, I mixed you up with Boleyn in that post Don’t feel guilty, I wanted to drown myself after reading her Six Wives. I suspected The Lady in the Tower is similar and quite frankly I think we can all agree I should read the Ive’s biography first. Then Claire’s books. Then another six or so. I’m sure it can wait LOL.
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