We seem to have a lot in common because often my answer is very similar to yours. My favourite setting is also in the UK, a little further back than Victorian though I don't mind those either. My favourite author is Jane Austen and my favourite novel by her "Persuasion" (no, not "Pride & Prejudice, LOL).
Neat on having a lot in common.THANKS for being my first comment, Marianne. :)
My favorite books take place in England as well. Happy hopping!Kendalhttp://kinxsbooknook.blogspot.com/2013/03/book-blogger-hop-5-foreign-country.html
I'm not sure - maybe the Harry Potter books?
I have quite a few faves set in England too - I think Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman is at the top of the list!Tanya PatriceGirlxoxo.com
I like Old English books as well.. This was such a hard question for me today!!I havent read either of the two you mention so I will definitely have to put it on my list/
Awesome, the Forgotten Garden is on my TBR! Looking forward to reading it. :)I just finished Donnelly's book Revolution, a YA book about the French Revolution and want to read those others you mentioned. Fun
I love books set in England, too; and also in Scotland and Ireland. This is my first time to see this new Book Blogger Hop.
I hope you can join in then, Laurel-Rain Snow.Thanks for stopping by.
It's odd, because having lived in the U.K. I forget that it's foreign to me as an American and my answer to this got botched. I should have said that my favorite was Nora Roberts' Gallaghers of Ardmore trilogy, because that would be true. I just forget that that part of the world counts as foreign. You mention England and I am reminded.
I've never read the book you mentioned, but I love Victorian England as well. Perhaps I'll look that book up in a local book shop. Ah, and following you back. ;)
YES to Kate Morton. In fact I just posted a recap post on all her books I read: http://wordsandpeace.com/2013/03/08/books-by-kate-morton/
I totally read the question wrong. I was thinking which "set" did I own from a different country. Oops.I like Victorian England as well. I also love the Tudor era.Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have read few books set in the UK, but most of them were good.xoxo
ooooh Victorian England... I love the UK as a setting too, didn't even stop to think about time period though!My BBH
Victorian England is a great setting!
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