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The Romanov Bride
The Romanov Bride
Author: Robert Alexander
As the Russia of Nicholas and Alexandra rushes toward catastrophe, the Grand Duchess Elisavyeta is ensconced in the lavish and magnificent Romanov court. In the same city, but worlds apart, Pavel is a simple village man in search of a better life. When his young wife, Shura, is shot and killed by tsarist soldiers during a political demonstration...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780670018819
ISBN-10: 0670018813
Publication Date: 4/17/2008
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Viking Adult
Book Type: Hardcover
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If you have been reading all of Mr. Alexander's books, "The Romonov Bride" will not disappoint you! He takes you back to Russia during the Russian revolution and the fall of rule of the Romanov Family. This is historical fiction at its BEST!
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I really enjoyed this book. It gives detailed insight to both sides of the Russian Revolution. This book is very graphic, and not for sensative readers. It is a great book, but be prepared: it is not a happy, feel good story.
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Robert Alexander has written a most compelling drama of the Romanov famiy during the Russian revolutions. His stunning storytelling evolves between two characters in his book, that of Ella & of Pavel. Alexander's ability to show both views between Ella's & Pavel are excellently written. Pavel's grief of losing his wife & son through death turns to hatred. He becomes directly involved in the opposition of the Romanov empire. He is driven to kill the Tsar. Ella's grief of losing her husband, the Tsar, turns to more intense compassion. She is determined to open an 'obitel' and does. Her focus in helping people in need is quite stunning. Alexander shares much of the Russian revolutions and historical fact. An excellent read.
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