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The Bronze Horseman (The Bronze Horseman, #1) 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 Attack Russia And Begin Their Unstoppable Blitz To Leningrad.Yet 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 Alexander S 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.

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10 thoughts on “The Bronze Horseman (The Bronze Horseman, #1)

  1. says:

    WARNING F BOMB LADEN AND SPOILER RIDDEN RANT AHEAD READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED Jesus fucking rollerblading Christ No Fuck no I can t do it any You wanna read a historical love story with imperfect main characters Go read Karleen Koen s Dark Angels You wanna read a story about how fucked up Stalin and the Soviet Union were pre, during and post WWII Go read The Gulag Archipelago 1918 1

  2. says:

    Seeing how highly rated The Bronze Horseman is, I guess I ll be one of those very few who don t care for this book and brace myself for negative backlash Oh, well, I just can t stop myself from writing this review.First of all, I am not sure why people love this story so much when there are so much better books movies out there about lovers separated by war Atonement , surviving through a war

  3. says:

    10 bright shining starsWow WOWWOWThis is themost 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.The author has a truly uncanny gift for really making you FEEL everything that her characters are going through I FELT Tania and

  4. says:

    This book was wonderful, intense, and quite frankly exhausting It truly was a ride I had some minor problems with this and I mean MINOR so I am giving it a 4.85 haha Those problems were pure maiden trope got slightly old and happiness was so closely related only to sex which got a little repetitive I might probably will be doing a mini review on this 2017 update lowering the rating because the maiden trope ment

  5. says:

    I m really quite confused.This book came very highly recommended I picked it, along with a few others, from Goodreads top 100 romance novels It has been recommended to me many times over the years, from people on Goodreads and from those I know in real life And it has an average rating of 4.40.While I didn t loathe the book and enjoyed some parts the truth is thatthan half of these 600 pages were excruciatingly boring.S

  6. says:

    At the start of war, on June 22, 1941, the day Alexander met Tatiana, there were three million civilians in Leningrad When the Germans blockaded the city on September 8, 1941, there were two and a half million civilians in Leningrad In the spring of 1942 a million people remainedThis is a historical romance that takes place during World War II in Leningrad, Russia, and even though the characters are fictional, the events are ver

  7. says:

    The Bronze Horseman is one of my all time favorites I decided to re read it, for probably the hundredth time, and it still moves me just as much as it did the first time The story of Alexander and Tatiana is so beautifully told and gripping that I can never put it down once I start To think, I nearly passed over this book because I don t usually read historical romances That would have been a trag...

  8. says:

    Full thoughts appear on my blog bottom line is that this book normalizes and promotes unhealthy and abusive interactions between a husband and a wife Never once did Simons denounce any of Alexander s actions as abusive, violent, or wrong instead, Tatiana is constantly apologizing for upsetting his husband It s sold as a love story, but the main character is only given this love when she s behaving like a perfect doll for her husband, following hi

  9. says:

    Good bye, my moonsong and my breath, my white nights and golden days, my fresh water and my fire Good bye, and may you find a better life, find comfort again and your breathless smile, and when your beloved face lights up onceat the Western sunrise, be sure what I felt for you was not in vain Good bye, and have faith, my Tat...

  10. says:

    One of the best books I ve ever read, so heart wrenching but that s the beauty of it Tatiana and Alexander s story was truly memorable and amazing.

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