Inversely, this is the reason why I don’t read those sprawling fantasy epics with very detailed histories and politics. Like the Dandelion Dynasty, GoT, or Baru Cormorant: it feels like reading actual history. I’m not Premium Uncle Shark Doo Doo Doo Shirt I wouldn’t even learn any facts by accident. Just recently finished the book and searched the sub to see if anyone posted about it here. It’s a great read that approaches ideas political machinations and power with humanity and empathy. I also recently finished the Realm of the Elders and have been looking. For another book that has fleshed out and sympathizes with characters like Hobb. I felt some of the same empathy and attachment to Thomas Cromwell. I did when reading about Fitz in those books. Loved every page! Her writing style apparently drives some people crazy, but I quite enjoyed it. A lot of “he” floating around, but I didn’t find it hard to follow. I appreciate that remark. I can stay away now.
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Um, nope. I don’t need to make a family tree just to keep track. Of a hundred names or lose track of what is doing whom. Mantel’s writing style in Wolf Hall is tricky at first (I’d almost say annoying), but hang in there, it’s one of the best historical fiction novels I’ve ever read! If it helps anyone on Premium Uncle Shark Doo Doo Doo Shirt, I hated A Place of Greater Safety, one of her earlier historical fiction novels about the French Revolution, there is a massive leap in quality, and style, between the two. The write-up itself is outstanding. I love how you broke it down and provided reasons both for and against it. While still maintaining your hype for the book. Made this a really great read on its own and one that I would probably direct people towards if they were interested in Wolf Hall.