05 December 2008

Friday Finds: Dec. 5

I post my entire list of weekly discoveries on Sundays, but I like to pick out at least one book to highlight for this meme. To see what others found this week, click here.

Today, both books are historical fiction and both come from fellow bloggers.

Confessions of a Pagan Nun was reviewed by Cathy at Kittling Books (here). The setting is AD 500, the convent of St. Brigit, County Kildare, Ireland. The story covers Druids, early Christianity, and Ireland -- what more could you want! For more information, see Cathy's review.

The Conqueror was reviewed by Amy on Passages to the Past (here). I hadn't realized that Heyer wrote historical fiction. This one is about William the Conqueror and 11th-century Normandy and describes the Battle of Hastings. For more information see Amy's review.

Thanks to both of you for your great reveiws!


Anonymous,  12/5/08, 7:25 AM  

I saw Cathy's post of Confessions of a Pagan Nun and thought it looked good too.

Shana 12/5/08, 9:55 AM  

I hadn't heard of Confessions of a Pagan Nun. It sounds interesting!


Anonymous,  12/5/08, 11:06 AM  

That Confessions of a Pagan Nun sounds really good! Thanks for the head's up.

Anonymous,  12/5/08, 12:10 PM  

Confessions of a Pagan Nun has been on my shelf for years! I've completely forgotten about it! Thanks for the reminder, maybe it's time for me to finally read it!

Eidin 12/5/08, 1:23 PM  

Two books to take you to another place in another time - sounds interesting esp. Pagan Nun.

Here's my find.

Kathleen 12/5/08, 1:38 PM  

Confessions of a Pagan Nun sounds interesting.

Shelley 12/5/08, 7:33 PM  

These both look like winners!

KyleeJ 12/5/08, 8:11 PM  

Hubby's hours got switched at work today... I totally forgot about FF this week. darn it

Victoria 12/5/08, 11:10 PM  

Both of these look great, I'm going to add them to my list!

Thanks for stopping by. :)

Anonymous,  12/6/08, 12:13 PM  

Heyer... seems to have written everything :) did u knw there is a challenge, if you check Tricia has a blog that I discovered today.. :)
i have been wanting to read her! and well i am joining the challenge .. just 2 books to start with ... if i like her.. then woo---hoo... i will read more !

Cathy 12/8/08, 7:32 AM  

Thanks for the link, Beth! I hope others read the book and enjoy it as much as I did.

Penelope 12/14/08, 6:05 PM  

I hadn't heard of either of these books, but they sound like good reads. Thanks for sharing!

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