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Rouletabille chez le Tsar (Joseph Rouletabille #3)

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Voilà Rouletabille envoyé par l'Epoque en reportage en Russie. Officiellement, du moins, car en réalité, le tsar a besoin de lui pour veiller à la sécurité de l'un de ses officiers les plus dévoués, le général Trébassof. Celui-ci, condamné à mort par le Comité Révolutionnaire pour avoir mené la répression contre les étudiants des barricades lors de la Semaine Rouge a déjà ...more
Paperback, 178 pages
Published March 19th 2010 by Kessinger Publishing (first published 1912)
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This entry into the Rouletabille series was not as endearing as the previous books were. Even though it was still very good, I don't know I didn't have the same feel after finishing it like I did with the first two. I miss that Sinclair wasn't apart of the adventure (he is after all Rouletabille's Watson) like the previous book it ends on a cliffhanger as Rouletabille returns to Paris.

Things I liked about the book:

- Rouletabille actually was shown to not be a step ahead of everyone in this book
It was a good book .. but I didn't enjoyed as much as the others
Honestly have no idea what was going on in this book. That's what I get for trying to listen to the audiobook during major cases of road rage, I guess.
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