Feb. 17th, 2012

ladyofastolat: (Misty Glastonbury)
The Arthurian tragedy is just getting worse and worse. Tears are involved every time I pick my Kindle up. Earlier, when things were still all sunny and I was full of Arthurian and Dark Age enthusiasms, I was planning to move on to the rereading The Lantern Bearers and then reading Sword at Sunset, which I've never read. However, I'm not sure I can take more tragedy. So what happy, feel-good books can people recommend? By happy, I don't mean funny, joke-a-minute humour, but an immersive story in which unpleasantnesses get recovered from and misunderstandings get resolved, and villains get thwarted and nice people get nice happy endings, that leave the reader beaming. I'd prefer something set in Fantasyland or Yore, and I want something easy to source - either a super-cheap Kindle download, or something likely to be available through the library system - but feel free to recommend things outside these categories. I've got plenty of old favourite feelgood books of my own, but would like something new.

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