You’ve read Sorcerer to the Crown. Wait, you haven’t? Go away, and come back when you have. Curl up in a cushy armchair with some hot milk tea and get on it.
Annnd now that you’ve read Sorcerer to the Crown, you might as well keep that streak going and continue reading. Author Zen Cho has been delightfully transparent about her influences, as seen in this Book Smuggler post and various interviews. (This is where I admit that I’ve been following her blog on and off, ever since I first read The House of Aunts. Eep.)
So if you’re looking for further reading after Sorcerer to the Crown, I’ve got your back:
A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett – Prunella’s situation in Sorcerer to the Crown as an orphan at a school for girls mirrors that of Sara Crewe in A Little Princess. But of course, the headstrong and capable Prunella takes a very different approach to her situation.
Cotillion by Georgette Heyer – Read anything online about Sorcerer to the Crown, and Heyer’s Regency romances will pop up for comparison. Despite being a Huge Nerd (TM) , I’d never heard of Georgette Heyer’s books until after I’d read Sorcerer to the Crown, embarrassingly enough. I am a much happier creature now that this has been remedied.
As for non-fiction reading, there’s The Letters of the Late Ignatius Sancho, An African and Britons: Forging the Nation 1707-1837.
So there. You’ve got plenty of reading to keep you occupied until the sequel to the Sorcerer to the Crown comes out (*casts longing glance at the future*). You’re welcome.