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Tatiana and Alexander by Paullina Simons
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Dec 15, 10

bookshelves: favorites, historical-fic, love-story, wwii
Read in October, 2009

TBH is my favorite book of all time, and I loved reading more about Tatiana and Alexander. You see these characters develop oceans apart. Tatiana (now living in the USA) begins to doubt what happened when she left Russia and wonders if Alexander is still alive afterall. She becomes obsessed with looking for clues to what really happened and knows she cannot move on until she uncovers the truth. Alexander struggles with inner demons and the emotional/physical torture in Russian prison camps and the Red Army. The romantic tension between the two that was so powerful throughout the first novel isn't as apparent in this one (because they are apart), but it is just as riveting. Talk about 3-dimensional characters...this author is amazing. The last 100 pages are so intense that I raced through them at lightening speed. A must read if you loved The Bronze Horseman.
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