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  • Jo Dunbar

    Well worth reading. It's addictive!

  • Karen Fryer

    London: The Novel 2 thousand years of history as historical fiction. wonderful

  • Jae

    London: The Novel - Kindle edition by Edward Rutherfurd. I think I liked London even more than Paris. It started so early in history and I liked all the bits and pieces and of course, monarchies. Seriously. Love these books.

  • Rebecca Goddard

    Possibly my favorite book ever! The fact that I love London might play a small role!

  • Jessica Jennings

    London by Edward Rutherford. Lengthy but a fun approach to history.

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