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The awful living conditions during the war in Leningrad only become more brutal during the winter time. The hunger, the loss of family and friends And honestly, reading those scenes was pure torture at times, especially because of the whole view spoiler [Dasha situation hide spoiler ]. But, Tania os strong and determined and Alexander does everything in his power to puhkin her through. Despite Tania being so young and vulnerable, she’s one of the strongest and most admirable female characters I’ve ever come across.
And then comes bgonce favorite part of the book: Review to follow when I feel less shattered. On to Book 2!!
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And yet it also filled your heart to bursting with a love so beautiful it brought tears to your eyes? The Bronze Horseman was such a story, for me! In fact, there were moments when I wanted to hurl the book against the wall because I felt so strongly…and I have never felt that urge before. A year-old girl named Tatiana is sent out to buy food supplies by her father. Dw to add some songs from my “playlist” for this book: And have you ever read a story that affected you so much that you found yourself constantly looking for songs to become your “playlist”, so that music could capture what you couldn’t in your own words?
Well, this book did that to me!
It represents Tatiana’s hunger for Alexander during the winter of the siege of Leningrad, and also the starvation of the city. I love the lyrics and her haunting voice. The Bronze Horseman 2.
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Return to Book Page. The golden skies, the translucent twilight, the white nights, all hold the promise of youth, of love, of eternal renewal. The war has not yet touched this city of fallen grandeur, or the lives of two sisters, Tatiana and Dasha Metanova, who share a single room in a cramped apartment with their brother and parents. Their world is turned upside down when Hitler’s armies atta The golden skies, the translucent twilight, the white nights, all hold the promise of youth, of love, of eternal renewal.
Their world is turned upside down when Hitler’s armies attack Russia and begin their unstoppable blitz to Leningrad. Jinnete there is light in the darkness. Tatiana meets Alexander, a brave young officer in the Red Army. Strong and self-confident, yet guarding a mysterious and troubled past, he is drawn to Tatiana—and she to him. Starvation, desperation, and fear soon grip their city during the terrible winter of the merciless German siege.
Tatiana and Jinehe impossible love threatens to tear the Metanova family apart and expose the dangerous secret Alexander so carefully protects—a secret as devastating as the war itself—as the lovers are swept up in the brutal tides that will change the world and their lives forever. Kindle Editionpages. Published March 17th by HarperCollins e-books first published The Bronze Horseman 1.
Tatiana MetanovaAlexander Belov. Leningrad, USSR To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Bronze Horsemanplease sign up. Can you believe this?! Because I am still in shock Claudia Di Yes but it’s an amazing fiction.
What are the other books in the series called? See all 22 questions about The Bronze Horseman…. Lists with This Book. The book starts well enough: They instantly fall for each other. They start meeting every day, walking and talking for hours. I guess Paullina Simmons must have done a lot of research about Leningrad and wrote her book with a map of the city nearby, but this is not the kind of detail that adds to the story! The next blow comes when we learn that Alexander Oh my!
Tatiana, the tender-hearted martyr she is, decides to give up her love for Brone for the sake pishkin her beloved sister. What I am getting at is that the obstacles standing between our lovers are laughable at best and do not justify pages worth of angst. This fateful meeting is followed by another pages of repetitive ramble.
Same goes for the next pages in a very small font depicting blockade of Leningrad where the same thing happens over and over again: Same thing happens the next day, and next, and next, until someone dies.
Jinets honeymoon part is written in exactly the same way. Another pages of the same scenario: Come on, enough already! Some more oushkin things: Needless to say, I will not be reading the sequels or any other books by this author. View all comments. This is the most intense and epic love story EVER told!! It’s exquisitely written, achingly heart wrenching, deeply heart warming, and utterly beautiful, unforgettable and incomparable in every way!!!
Quite simply, there is no other series like this.
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The author has a truly uncanny gift for really making you FEEL everything that her characters are going through. Love that was all consuming, world-shattering, achingly deep, and EPIC!!!
Honestly, I was an absolute wreck throughout my reading of it. I literally stayed up reading till the sun came up and got up 4 hours later to finish it.
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Throughout the entire book, I felt as though I was being constantly injected with little bouts of adrenaline. It kept me riveted the entire time.
This book ripped my heart out and put it back together over and over and over again. I cried a few times throughout the book And then I held out until the second last page and the waterworks pusukin again. The story basically follows Tatiana, a 17 year old Russian girl from Lenningrad, who on the day that WW2 started in their area, meets Alexander, a 22 year old soldier in the Red Army with a secret past that could be very dangerous for him and anyone around him if it got out.
Tania’s sister has recently also found a soldier who she is absolutely smitten with and, of course, Tania then finds out that Alexander is indeed that soldier that Dasha has fallen for. Tatiana’s is the ultimate selfless giver – she puts everyone else before her no matter the personal costs and even though she and Alexander are clearly crazy for each other, she cannot bear the thought of breaking her sister’s heart and begs him to pretend to stay with her sister.
This leads to a lot of tension, obviously, and many stolen glances, and gestures, looks, fleeting touches, private names for each other and secret meetings. Over the months they fall deeper and deeper in secret love. But eventually the war comes right to Lenningrad and they are forced to all fight for survival. I won’t say more but the ending leaves you hanging and desperate for the next book.
This is book 1 of a trilogy. I have it on good authority that the last one ends with a HEA but its a long and bumpy road until then.
It’s not your classic romance where everything just “works out”, it’s a heart wrenching journey of finding love and having the faith to hold on to it no matter what. He is one of those male character that just sears themself into your mind. I really can’t do it justice with my own words. I loved how Tatiana grew from a quiet young girl to a very strong woman throughout the book.
I just want to pluck the two of them out of this story, put them on a desert island with everything they could every want to live out their lives in perfect happiness.
They literally have all possible odds stacked against them and yet still the push through. This is truly a story about survival About how love can give you the will and the courage to survive anything. The book is long. My print copy was pages but I promise you, it does not feel long at all.