On Day Twenty-Four, we raise our glasses to Deb Harkness’s incredible sense of historical detail. As Deb often says, she doesn’t make anything up if she can help it; her work shows an unbelievable dedication to accuracy and completeness. Whether we’re talking about appropriate dress in Elizabeth’s England or how to travel to 16th century Prague, we know that we’re in excellent, careful hands. We adore the love with which Deb talks about her favorite eras and objects — even if that means that we give her a bit of a hard time re: her fascination with the decorative arts (see: Episode 7 – Izzy-boo). She can tell us about chairs anytime.
What is your favorite aspect of the All Souls Trilogy as historical fiction?
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Cait and Jen