I love posting pictures for #TBT (Throwback Thursday). My fondness of such inspired yet another feature – Throwback Thursday Books (TBTB). I’ll include an image of the old book in these posts when possible. Sometimes, I’ll even provide a link to my review.
So, for the inaugural Throwback Thursday Books post, I’m posting Anya Seton’s Katherine. I first read Katherine in Summer 2002. Then, I revisited this book for a historical fiction component in one of my library school courses. Both times, the edition I read looked like this. The inside cover features great genealogical charts of the Plantagenet, Swynford, and de Roet houses. Also, the red ink came off on my hands – haha! While I’m not too crazy about the most recent cover, I’m glad it does exist. I hope people both enjoy and appreciate Katherine, too.