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The Romanov Prophecy
The Romanov Prophecy
Author: Steve Berry
ISBN: 5982
Edition: Unabridged
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4.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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jdyinva avatar reviewed The Romanov Prophecy on + 408 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
A mystery, love story, historical novel all rolled into a whopping good read. Good through and through!
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Helpful Score: 3
A history based thriller, very thought-provoking about the mysteries of the Russian royal Romanov family who were supposedly executed by the Bolsheviks. Their mass grave was uncovered in the 1980's and it was revealed that, just like rumor had suggested , the remains of the bodies of Alexi and Anatasia were not there. What was their fate?
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Helpful Score: 3
This has an impressive plot and has a lot of historic details although it is a fiction. It's a good read.
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Helpful Score: 2
Mediocre. Predictable.
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Helpful Score: 2
Ho Boy, what a plot. Berry out Dan Browns Dan Brown with the Romanov assassinations in 1918. A Great read, especially if you have studied, either formally or informally, Russian History.
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lotsofdoxies avatar reviewed The Romanov Prophecy on + 18 more book reviews
A crisply written, fast-paced novel. An imaginative story asking the question that until recently has perplexed many historians - did any Ronanov's, specifically Alexi and/or Alexandra, survive the massacre that claimed their family? Although a work of fiction (considering the recent DNA evidence unearthed in Russia), Berry builds a compelling plot asking the serious question - is there a surviving direct decendent of Czar Nicholas, an heir to the Romanov throne, and what would that mean to present day Russia?

Berry (along with his first novel, The Amber Room) looks into a little understood time and place in the world - Imperial Russia. I found both of these novels highly entertaining as are his subsequent Cotton Malone novels. Intelligent, quick reads that do not get overly bogged down in historical minutia'.
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Very good- fast-paced and exciting. There is history and a hot pursuit. Good for anyone who liked 'The DaVinci Code.'
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It starts out pretty slowly and I was about to put it down. For anybody thinking about putting it down before the first eighty or so pages, don't! It really picks up speed after a slow start, and you will definately enjoy it then.
CareRB avatar reviewed The Romanov Prophecy on
Good story - compelling. Lots of action mixed with history and modern cultural perspective. I liked it!
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The book gave you Russian history with a very captivating and realistic suspense story. I enjoyed the book very much and would definitely read this author again.
gigi avatar reviewed The Romanov Prophecy on + 355 more book reviews
When Miles Lord went to Moscow to research the backgrounds on candidates for a successor to Nicholas II, he never imagined that the things that he uncovered would mark him for assassination.

Some fact , some fiction make this an intriguing read!!!
reviewed The Romanov Prophecy on + 32 more book reviews
Lots of twists and turns. Kept me in suspense. Steve Berry takes the reader into the world of what if's.
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Fast paced, interesting. Centers around the search for the Romanov heir, as forecast by Rasputin.
ALbookbugg avatar reviewed The Romanov Prophecy on
Abridged, 5 discs, read by L.J. Ganser.
reviewed The Romanov Prophecy on + 38 more book reviews
Very good read. Keeps you guessing to the last chapter.
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Thriller surrounding the missing Romanov's.


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