Last week my blog was one of the many stops on the 'The Saxon Wolves' tour, and as I said then, the story seemed to form a unity with the sequel (not so much because of a cliffhanger, but because it's basically one story arc), and that made me want to read it forward right away. So... that's what I did! Here's my review of the sequel, 'The Saxon Plague'!
Today I bring you a historical novel that's set in the 5th century, in the chaotic times after the Roman Empire has fallen. I discovered this book because of the blog tour, thanks to Rachel's Random Resources. Let's drink a hot coffee (or tea, if that suits your taste better), and read everything there is to know about the book, including my review! 😉
It's been a while since the last time I read historical fiction, and I love them, so I decided 'Blackberry and Wild Rose' was going to be my next read. And I loved it! This is a wonderful and promising debut novel, and I loved the journey to another time, another place. Oh, I'd missed time-traveling by books so much! It's good to be back. This time, in 18th century London.
Aaaand my REVIEW is coming!!! Finally. So, put your paws on your autumn-flavored warm coffee, and let's see what there is to talk about! First of all, I am so sorry that it took so much time! I've been very busy... This one was originally supposed to be a blog tour post
Hey, darlings! This time I'm reviewing a short story of historical fiction. If you like your coffee with a whole mug, drinking slowly, it might be enough until you finish this whole e-book! 😉
Finally I got to write a review again, this time about a historical fiction set in ancient Greece. Let's have a coffee, and see what it was like! ☺️
Come on, drink a tasty iced coffee, and read what I finally say about a historical fiction book called 'Sweden'. (It took me more time to read than I thought it would be, but it was worth it!)