Her duty to her country is also clear — she cannot simply study and pretend war is not near, when her brother and fiance are fighting on the German front. He found himself longing to learn her name and was impatient to be rid of the thermometer. While Alexei, perturbed but excited by the new emotions welling in him, is keen to pursue Marie, she is clear that there will be no relationship other than friendship — she is tied to Pyotr.
The Russian Tapestry by Banafsheh Serov
With the world crumbling around them, and the city they love becoming the focus of revolution, all they have to cling to is each other. Will they find a path to safety together?
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Or will their story simply be a thread in a new historical tapestry? These challenges are not something I ever have faced, nor am I likely to.
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The Russian setting intrigued me and I found the perspective fascinating. It took a few chapters to become fully absorbed in the book and then, all a sudden, I was engrossed, caught up in the lives of not only Marie and Alexei, but the interesting and well-drawn secondary characters. A hundred years ago, lovers were lucky to survive. As their story took a back seat to other events, other characters grabbed at my emotions more — those of Ivanov and Marina, and of Pyotr Oh, Pyotr, poor Pyotr , Katya and Feodor.
Aussie Book Review: The Russian Tapestry by Banafsheh Serov
These secondary characters were beautifully developed and all the threads of their stories beautifully tied into the larger tapestry. Add it to your list! View all posts by Lauren K.
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