Whether you like to read or listen to books on tape at some point or another, you have found yourself coming across Historical Fiction. This misconception is that what happens in these stories is untrue. This is a false misconception, in fact, the majority of these stories and characters revolve around real moments of time and real people. This is the beauty of historical fiction, the story may be fiction but the events surrounding it are true and real. What better way to learn about history than by following fiction weaving its way through non-fiction อ่านนิยายอ่านนิยาย.
Sure, for some adults (like me) history is a wonderful thing to be explored. However, I am talking to all the other millions of people who don’t really care, and all those students who don’t want to know about Cleopatra, Alexander, or King Henry VII. History is important. Imagine instead of reading about Alexander’s great conquests in a history book, you can read a compelling Historical Fiction novel written through the eyes of his first captain. The events and the outcomes are true but the emotion and feeling is fiction, and much more gripping.
We all are involved in fiction in some way in our lives. For instance, television shows are scripted, movies are written, and most of us read or at least listen to books. Stories envelope our everyday lives. In conjunction, it’s said that if he do not understand our history it is destined to repeat itself, but we all don’t have time to sit and read about Agincourt and the hundred year’s war. This is where Historical Fiction fits into our lives. Whether it’s by: book, movie, mp3, or cd, it’s a wonderful solution to understanding our past without dyeing over an old textbook.
The question is which Historical Fiction Novels are worth the read. Which ones are relevant and interesting? The worst thing is to read a Novel that isn’t much more interesting than a textbook; it’s just a lot longer. Historical Fiction is a great solution to entertainment and knowledge.