bloodcolossus said: How about historical fact? Any good books on history that you’ve enjoyed enough to share with us?
Well, without getting up to look at my bookshelf, here are a couple of good ones:
It haunts me every waking second
An author named Steven Saylor has written a large number of books set in ancient Rome, many (most? all?) starring a Roman detective called Gordianus the Finder. They are pretty deece, for, like beach reading or whatev. They’re not Tolstoy or anything.
There are also a number of books by Colleen McCullough (perhaps best known for The Thorn Birds) that are set in ancient Rome that are supposed to be pretty good. I never read them, but my mom liked them? So I guess that’s a recommendation, kind of.
I don’t read a lot of historical fiction.
Holiday World, so I could do this every day: