02 January 2009

Friday Finds: Jan. 2

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.

This week's find comes from A Reader's Respite. When you click through to read Michele's great review, be sure to check out the rest of her blog. In the Shadow of the Sun King, by Golden Keyes Parsons, is a historical novel that takes place in seventeenth-century France.


Anonymous,  1/2/09, 12:33 PM  

Like the cover!

Shana 1/2/09, 2:37 PM  

This one looks fantastic, Beth.


Eidin 1/2/09, 3:03 PM  

Sounds like an enjoyable way to learn about that period in history.

Kathleen 1/2/09, 7:22 PM  

I'm not big on historical novels but I'm sure it's good. The link to your post didn't work from Should Be Reading but I found it via the snapshots thing.

Beth F 1/2/09, 7:35 PM  

Sorry about the link not working, I must have set it up wrong.

Anonymous,  1/3/09, 12:35 PM  

I enjoy historial fiction, too; this looks like a good one!

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