Sharon Kay Penman Message Board
Anonymous posts on 4/27/2008 3:10:47 PM
have read all penmans books about three times each cant wait until october for her new book to be released just wish she could write them a lot quicker the only bool i wasnt that keen on was the reckoning all her otther books i simply adored
Karen A. Haynes posts on 10/17/2005 10:54:29 AM
Why haven't we seen any movies made of Penman's books? I have sent letters to several Producers and Directors suggesting this with NO replys from anyone.
Maybe if more fans would write, they would wake up. With the questionable movies being put out for our "entertainment", why aren't we entertained? Because the GOOD stories are being ignored.
Penman fans UNITE!
(A good movie set in the Welsh countryside with real Welsh and English actors. . .)
catriona w posts on 10/14/2005 5:30:51 PM
sorry ignore the space in place names this site wouldnt let me write them in full for some reason. Get in touch with welsh tourist board there is a llwellyn trail apparently.
catriona posts on 10/14/2005 3:58:33 PM
Aber is now abery stwyth
dolwy ddelan castle is now an ancient monument and tregarnedd is anglesey
cricieth is still the same These are all in North Wales I did post all the links to websites but apparently this is not permitted.
Wales is the most amazing country the home of my ancestors!!
kate posts on 5/11/2005 8:15:41 AM
My high school daughter views Ms. Penman's Welsh trilogy which began with the book Here Be Dragons as one of the most thrilling pieces of literature she has read. They are her favorite books, so much so that she is planning on writing a college essay on the affect they had on her reading and learning desire. To feel the full atmosphere of the books we am planning on taking a trip to Wales so to relate even more to the trilogy and to experience the Welsh culture so vividly portrayed. I was wondering though what towns or places might be the best to visit in order to experience the foundations of Ms. Penmans's writings, and wanted to know of any modern names of the old Welsh towns/area from the trilogy. Any assistance you can give would be much appreciated.
Louise posts on 4/8/2005 3:05:19 AM
Try her NEW Book - the Justin de Quincy series
Prince of Darkness
A Medieval Mystery
Sharon Kay Penman
ISBN 0399152563 31 Mar 2005
ISBN 0451527992 01 Jul 2001
And Under the Ghost Writer Name
Margaret Frazer "The Clerk's Tale"
ISBN 0425187381 03 Dec 2002
The Bastard's Tale
ISBN 0425186490 07 Jan 2003
Verna posts on 2/1/2005 4:22:03 PM
When can we expect the third book in the Henry II trilogy?
Rhiannon posts on 1/17/2005 9:40:14 AM
Is the Queen's Man first in the series and then Dragon Lair, then Dragon's Lair and then Cruel as the Grave?
Bob Hecht posts on 1/6/2005 12:35:04 PM
Start with "When Christ and His Saints Slept", then "Time and Chance", "Here Be Dragons", "Falls The Shadow" and finish with "The Reckoning". Be warned...there's inertia built in and you won't be able to stop until you've read them all!!!
"The Sunne In Splendor" jumps a couple of centuries, is an excellent next step, and should then be be followed by the shorter mystery series to get the full impact.
Note: the views expressed here are only those of the posters.