Time and Chance - Sharon Penman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0718143086 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sharon K. Penman / Hardcover / 496 Pages / Book is published 2002-04-04 by Michael Joseph Ltd
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I finished book number two! Book number three is on order.... Who is Sharon Penman? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sharon Penman is a wonderful historical fiction writer who seems to have a particular penchant for medieval history. Which is fabulous, as that is my favorite period too. To have a peak at what else she has written, take a gander at the extra info at the bottom of my review. Background please.... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Its very hard to review a book like this. Firstly, because it is so incredibly long. its like a doorstop. There is so much included that its very very hard to pull a description and recommendation down to something that wont ... Read the complete review
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