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Becoming Well Read: Historical Fiction - Page 2

It takes more than reading a few classics to become well read. Ideally one should read widely, across all genres.
In a bid to help myself get a little closer to being able to consider myself well read, I'm putting together a collection of TBR lists - of 50 books each - the reading of which should help get me a little closer to my goal. I naturally veer more towards some genres and not others (I tend to avoid romance and Young adult, for example), and I'm hoping this will help get me on track a little more.
If any obvious examples are missing from certain lists, there's a very good chance I'll have read it already.
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Miranda and Caliban (Jacqueline Carey)
Miranda and Caliban (Jacqueline Carey)
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Dying in the Wool (Frances Brody)
Dying in the Wool (Frances Brody)
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Fall of Giants (Ken Follett)
Fall of Giants (Ken Follett)
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The Far Side of the World (Patrick O'Brian)
The Far Side of the World (Patrick O'Brian)
45
The Far Country (Nevil Shute)
The Far Country (Nevil Shute)
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Belgravia (Julian Fellowes)
Belgravia (Julian Fellowes)
47
Hangman Blind (Cassandra Clark)
Hangman Blind (Cassandra Clark)
48
Some Luck (Jane Smiley)
Some Luck (Jane Smiley)
49
The Baroque Cycle Series (Neal Stephenson)
The Baroque Cycle Series (Neal Stephenson)
50
Secrets at Bletchley Park (Margaret Dickinson)
Secrets at Bletchley Park (Margaret Dickinson)
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