Historical Saturdays: Jean Gill reviews: “And the Rest is History” by Jodi Taylor


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After meeting Jodi at the Llandeilo Lit Fest I’m back on this series, having read and reviewed book one here recently.

Here is Jean Gill’s review of book 8. Jean was also at the festival and held a talk about 12th Century figures in literature and is a reliable source for reviews:

“History and relationships explode, comic and tragic in turn

I confess to binge reading the whole series so far (apart from the shorts, which are not my cup of tea – a St Mary’s metaphor if ever there was one) and I still want more. I love and am irritated by the main characters in equal measure. I can never predict what twists of time and relationship will be served up. I love witnessing key historical moments along with the St Mary’s team and the mix of humour, trivia and real emotion is addictive.

I’m just back…

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