[DWJ] Georgette Heyer (also "what this list has given me")
kait.bessing at comhem.se
Sun Jan 6 09:11:29 EST 2008
Venetia was my first Georgette Heyer, and I absolutely adored it! None of
the others has reached such heights for me, but probably only because it WAS
Other Heyers I really enjoy are Frederica and Sylvester. The Grand Sophy is
also up there with the best.
The books I've enjoyed least so far are Regency Buck and Bath Tangle. I
didn't like the heroes!
Allison Marles Gryski wrote:
> Arabella or The Corinthian would be my suggestions.
> I'm also very partial to Venetia and for pure adventurous silliness,
> The Talisman Ring.
> On Sat, Jan 05, 2008 at 02:14:07PM -0800, Jackie E Stallcup wrote:
>> Hi everyone--
>> I am VERY happy that I took someone on this list's recommendation to
>> read Connie Willis. She is now one of my favorite authors (I just
>> finished listening to To Say Nothing of the Dog for the umpteenth
>> So, now I am ready to take your advice on Georgette Heyer. I've been
>> trying to follow the recent thread about her, but since I haven't
>> read any of the books, it's not making a lot of sense.
>> I have a gift card to a book store from Christmas and am ready to go
>> buy.... what? Which Georgette Heyer do I start with?
>> Any suggestions will be gratefully received!
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