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By Julia Drosten -
This novel is a mesmerizing story of an orphaned little girl growing up in Vienna in the years before World War I. It ...Read Review
By Lauren Oliver -
Children/Young AdultHistorical Fantasy
Monsters. Cordelia Clay knows all about them. From diggles to dragons to filches, monsters of all variety stay protected from the residents of ...Read Review
By Caroline Stevermer -
Stevermer builds an intriguing world in her new historical fantasy, set in early 20th century New York. The cream-of-the-crop elites are Traders, the ...Read Review
By Alma Katsu -
In Alma Katsu’s follow-up to The Hunger (2018), history and the supernatural collide when a young stewardess steps aboard the Titanic only to ...Read Review
By Dione Jones -
Dione Jones offers an intriguing glimpse into the lives of the British aristocracy in the early 1900s and the present-day in her debut ...Read Review
By Burt Solomon -
On September 3, 1902, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, President Teddy Roosevelt narrowly escapes death when his horse-drawn carriage is struck by an electric streetcar. Teddy’s ...Read Review
By Tracy Rees -
Tracy Rees’s fifth novel is set in a South Yorkshire mining community in the years 1897 to 1905. Tommy and Josie are childhood friends ...Read Review
By Rishi Reddi -
Every immigrant has a story. So does every immigrant culture. Mingling loss and gain, hope and pain, human migration continues to this day, ...Read Review
By Irene Bennett Brown -
1902, Kansas. The second book in the Nickel Hill series follows the experiences of Jocelyn Royal, the heroine of Miss Royal’s Mules. Now ...Read Review
By Jo Schaffel - By Sara Webley -
Violet, Marion, and Helen, a trio of young women from Denver, are doing the Grand Tour of Europe in 1907, accompanied by their chaperone, ...Read Review
Over the last 20 years The Historical Novels Review (the society's print magazine for our members) has published reviews of some 15,000 historical fiction books.
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