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The Kitchen Boy by Robert Alexander
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Oct 14, 2010

it was amazing

The story is about the last witness of the murdering of the last Russian Tsar's family. He is a kitchen boy and he serves to the Family at the Ipatiev House. They all kept as imprisoners and guided by Bolsheviks They are people who want to stop reigning of the Tsar. After while the Family started to recieve a notes in French language from people, who want to save them. Notes were recieved trough the kitchen boy and gave a hope to escapin from that house. I like this book because it reminds me my country. It helps me to understand better my country through the experience of the past. It's also very interesting book about life of the Tsar's family at the last days of their imprisonment. Besides, it containes interesting facts about the Family that you probably can't learn from history books. If you like interesting stories with the mix of mistery and romantic this is certainly for you.

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