If the seemingly dueling possible lives of the book enthralled you, Anya Seton’s Green Darkness is just the ticketRead about another entry on the list.
A number of Ursula’s lives appear to be at odds with each other — how can the same girl get into such different narratives? — and that same theme runs through Seton’s dreamy romance. Set in both 20th century and Tudor England, Seton’s book follows the brave Celia as she journeys back in time to right old wrongs in order to have a happy future. What she finds there is, well, it’s pretty unexpected.