The Greatest "Copenhagen, Historical fiction" Books of All Time

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Historical fiction

Historical fiction is a genre of literature that combines fictional stories with real historical events, settings, and characters. These books often take place in a specific time period and are based on research and factual information, but also include imaginative elements to create a compelling narrative. Historical fiction allows readers to experience the past in a unique and engaging way, while also providing insight into the social, cultural, and political issues of the time.

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  1. 1. Number The Stars by Lois Lowry

    This novel is a poignant historical fiction set during World War II, focusing on the bravery and resilience of the Danish people, particularly through the eyes of a young girl. The story explores themes of friendship, courage, and the stark realities of war, as it follows the protagonist and her family's efforts to save their Jewish neighbors from the Holocaust. Through a blend of factual history and compelling narrative, the book highlights the human capacity for kindness and heroism in the face of terrifying adversity, leaving a lasting impact on readers of all ages.

    The 3171st Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. Music and Silence by Rose Tremain

    Set in the 17th-century Danish court of King Christian IV, this novel follows the intertwining lives of several characters including a young English lute player, the king's ambitious second wife, and a manipulative servant. As they navigate the complexities of court life, their stories reveal themes of love, power, betrayal, and the transformative power of music. The novel is a rich tapestry of historical detail, complex characters, and emotional depth, exploring the silence that can exist in the midst of noise and the music that can emerge from silence.

    The 6262nd Greatest Book of All Time
  3. 3. The Templar Legacy by Steve Berry

    In this thrilling adventure, an ex-Justice Department operative stumbles upon a dangerous historical puzzle involving the Knights Templar. As he delves deeper into the mystery, he finds himself at the center of a deadly conflict between those who wish to protect the Templar's ancient secrets and those who seek to expose them. The quest leads him across Europe, racing against time and pursued by a shadowy cabal, as he tries to unravel centuries-old clues that could shake the foundations of Christianity and alter the world's power structure if revealed.

    The 8411th Greatest Book of All Time

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