Enchantress of Numbers tells the true story of [Augusta] Ada Byron King, the daughter of the famous poet, growing up in the shadow of the famous father she never knew. […]
See my review at the Journal of the American Revolution!
The Winter Witch by Paula Brackston tells the story of a magically gifted mute woman, Morgana, and her new husband by arranged marriage, Cai Jenkins. Although the back cover blurb […]
A Place Called Freedom by Ken Follett is a fast-paced story spanning 18th century Scotland, London, and Virginia. We follow Mack McAsh and Lizzie Hallim, both strong-willed, independent people from […]
Marrying Mozart by Stephanie Cowell tells the story of young Mozart’s relationships with the four Weber sisters beginning in 1777 Manheim, Germany. The Weber family follows the patriarch’s direction in the […]
As we well know, Captain Phasma was grossly underused in The Force Awakens. We were teased with marketing hype for this amazing-looking character, and what we got was a glorified […]
I don’t know how I didn’t discover Beverly Swerling until now, but wow–Shadowbrook was right up my alley! Scouring Amazon for 18th Century fiction paid off! Shadowbrook takes place […]