Historical Fiction reading challenge: completed

For 2021, I nominated the ‘Victorian Reader’ and ’20th century Reader’ levels of the Historical Fiction Reading Challenge (hosted this year by The Intrepid Reader), which meant I committed to reading at least 5 books set in Victorian times and at least 2 set in the twentieth century.

Here are the books I read for this challenge: (links are to my reviews)

Victorian era

The Ripping Tree by Nicki Gemmell

The Burning Island by Jock Serong

Daughter of the Hunter Valley by Paula J Beavan

Night Ride into Danger by Jackie French (children’s book)

Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray by Anita Heiss

20th Century

Rabbit, Soldier, Angel, Thief by Katrina Nannestad

The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah

Death at Greenway by Lori Radar-Day

The Codebreakers by Alli Sinclair

The Rose Code by Kate Quinn

Sisters of the Resistance by Christine Wells

The Woman with the Blue Star by Pam Jenoff

The Vanishing at the Very Small Castle by Jackie French (children’s book)

The Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer

Our Woman in Moscow by Beatriz Williams

Heroes of the Secret Underground by Susanne Gervay (children’s book)

Sisters of Freedom by Mary-Anne O’Connor

Legends of the Lost Lilies by Jackie French

The Royal Correspondent by Alexandra Joel

Still Life by Sarah Winman

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