Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick


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    Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick Summary Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick Possibly I am biased because the author Jackson Pearce writing as J Nelle Patrick was sitting across from me in my suashy office chair while she wrote this I'm fond of both Jackson and that chair Possibly I am biased because we brainstormed about this book and The Dream Thieves as we loitered in my kitchen with t

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    Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick Summary Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick Saint Petersburg was a city of illusions Holy hell I want to go to Russia now I mean I did before But now I really want to

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    Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick Gorgeous riveting and heartbreaking all at once Parts of this book made me desperately sad even though I knew they were coming and

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    J. Nelle Patrick ¿ 4 characters Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¿ J. Nelle Patrick Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick Tsarina Tsarina why wouldn’t you let me love you I wanted to love this book you guys It’s imperial Russia at the time of the Russian Revolution THERE ARE ROMANOVS according to the blurb which is a complete LIE because there is only a physical Romanov presence in the first chapter I can’t be the only one w

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    Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick Ughwhat a tedious book I could go on for a while but let's leave it with unlikable main character and the poorly executed story of the Russian Revolution mixed with strange intentional historical inaccuracies I'm looking at you Alexei Romanov and the same tired Russia is a magical land of ballet and glittering palaces and fluffy snow cliche that people are fond of using in novels and cinema This book also deals with a very touchy subject

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    Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick Tsarina by J Nelle Patrick has a lot of potential Historical fantasy is one of my favorite genres and I was hoping I could count this story as one of my new favorite reads I will say though that my favorite elements of the story are seeing the Romanov family I could have done with a lot of them actually as well as Rasputin himself and the 1917 Russian setting as the Revolution is really beginning to hit home The author t

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    Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¿ J. Nelle Patrick For a concise summary see Sarah Smith's review25 stars NOT in my opinion perfect for Gemma Doyle fans The Gemma Doyle series is much complex and mature with a intense and less logic deprived fantasy element Also L

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    Summary Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick J. Nelle Patrick ¿ 4 characters Initial reaction THAT ENDING WHYYYYYYYNote I could totally see it coming but I still hoped that the plotberg would be avoided Spoil

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    Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick Summary Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick This was a solid four stars for me up until I figured out my hopes for the direction of the romance were wrong and then that ending The story is still good enough to merit a happy three though; allow me to elucidate on my experience At its base Tsarina is a historical fantasy crafted around the Romanov family during the revolution but it feels like a YA romance in some ways Natalya is the young noble that has the heart of Alexei Romanov a

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    Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¿ J. Nelle Patrick Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick (E–pub/E–book) ↠ J. Nelle Patrick J. Nelle Patrick ¿ 4 characters I ended up actually really enjoying this The fantasy element was pretty weak but I loved the setting and the integration of Russian history

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Summary Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick

Read ☆ Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick 104 And Alexei RomanovPower that in the right hands can save her way of lifeBut it's in the wrong hands For a concise summary see Sarah Smith s review25 stars NOT in my opinion perfect for Gemma Doyle fans The Gemma Doyle series is much complex and mature with a intense and less logic deprived fantasy element Also Libba Bray doesn t screw with real people or much of real eventsOverall Tsarina is a fairly average YA book with a good deal of historical inaccuracy a lot of philosophical rambling and a weak fantasy element that had logic issues It would be three stars but the ending was awful I don t care about the romance I need logicIf you want a semi historical fantasy romance I would read The Wrath and the Dawn instead I only gave it three stars but at least it doesn t screw with historyIf you came here for the fantasy romance the fantasy element is pretty weak except in the end and there s a lot of holes in the logic As for romance there s about ten pages of it mostly in the beginning Mostly the underdeveloped characters are romping about revolutionary Russia in search of a magical Mcmuffin cliche Faberg egg breaking things in occasionally good purple prose and misusing historical terms here and there see Juliet Camille s review Beatrix s review Katherine s review and Sara s reviewHere s what annoyed me1 The characters Natalya rocked back and forth between saying stupid things like how the Reds were ruining the party she wasn t actually participating in and thus dishonoring their country and going on philosophical ramblings with lots of metaphors Fair I asked shaking my head the world is the world and we re cast into whatever roles we fall into It s not my fault that I was born rich and you were born poorYou want to destroy a world of mountains and valleys and make a plain flat field There s also this one part where she just randomly dangles her legs over the edge of the train car door something I never would have done the day before yesterday but now seemed no life threatening than our current situation That paragraph is for the sole purpose of her discovering icicles with which she can open these cans of caviar they found And don t get me started on how stupid she is in the first chapter If only they understood that Alexei would be the greatest thing ever to happen to Russia Why Because he loves you In the second chapter she magically became better but then she started talking about how Russian winters got rid of Napoleon and the Poles However Once she actually steps outside into the Russian winter in the present she just starts talking about how pretty snow is as if it could never possibly be a problem It was a particularly enjoyable pastime spotting the visitors the people who didn t know just how to bow into the wind She loves her country supposedly for than its parties but for what else does she love it Does she think that by her half baked plan to get the magic egg and get her historically inaccurate bad boy boyfriend on the throne mean love for her countryview spoiler And how does she need deserve the egg than Maria whose power it was partially to begin with If it weren t for the fact that the egg s power can for no apparent reason only be transferred to one person the fantasy part of this book would be totally pointless and Natalya would be nothing than an entitled brat hide spoiler

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Read ☆ Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick 104 Natalya knows a secret A magical Faberge egg glows within the walls of Russia's Winter PalaceIt hold Saint Petersburg was a city of illusions Holy hell I want to go to Russia now I mean I did before But now I really want to go This novel so beautifully captures the cities of St Petersburg and Moscow at the height of the 1917 communist revolution It expertly blends the historical facts with elements of Russian mythology and sensitively portrays both sides of the revolution by allowing you to come to your own conclusions about which side is to blame if in fact either is We see angry poor men being driven into the ground by the hard labour they perform while their employers sit in cosy gold plated luxury We see people being dragged from their homes and murdered by the aforementioned angry poor men for crimes they had no say in This novel asks that you think about one thing It is not our fault where and into what circumstances we are born We have no control over that But are we to blame if we simply accept things the way they are without trying to change themThe author says in her note at the end The Russian Revolution truth be told needs little to no fictionalization to be a fascinating time period full of beauty and horror and wonder And I like how close to real events she has kept the framework of her story how she weaves in the Romanov family Grigori Rasputin and the imperial Faberge eggs I found this addition uite fascinating I couldn t put this wild tale of fact and fiction downI only realised recently just how important atmosphere is to a novel It s not really something you consider outright when thinking about a book but I honestly believe it can make or break it Consider your favourite books Maybe they have an atmosphere of fast paced heart pounding will they live or die tension that drags you right into the centre of the story Maybe there s a bittersweet sadness that makes you feel like you might burst into tears any second even at the happy parts of the book Maybe it s a spine chilling creepiness But whatever atmosphere is what takes you out of the real world and plants you in another World building is nothing without atmosphere My point I am rarely so wholly absorbed into another place and time as I was with TsarinaLook at these uotes and tell me you can t feel the Russian air on your face and the excitement and terror of the revolution There were bridges from one to the next and the canals were deep maintained with stone walls that held the Neva River at bay But we divided ourselves with harsher lines than the land did the rich and the poor the merchants and the nobles the Whites and the Reds When the river would occasionally flood the canals and blur the lines between islands and districts we would hastily fix it tighten things firm up the boundaries and make sure the illusion the lie the fantasy held There was no mistaking a Russian winter It was a uniue thing a creature born and bred for Russian soil one that sometimes brutalized the natives but often served as our secret weapon Napoleon s army was defeated not only by the Russian people but by Russia herself It was lonely now our houses islands amid broken seas of our old lives It is so beautifully written Part survival story in some ways part historical fantasy in others Despite the way it starts with Natalya and Alexei declaring their love for one another this is far from a mere romance It is brutal even so because it is based in fact You find yourself sympathising with both sides and hating both sides simultaneously I love novels that can make you feel so many complex emotionsI m also not one for patriotism or nationalism I find myself nodding along with Virginia Woolf s My country is the whole world uote but I found it very easy to get caught up in the passion Nataliya feels for her country And I m not even Russian She has to make a decision whether to flee to France to escape the revolution or stay behind and risk everything to try and save her country and I completely understood her desire not to abandon ship There s a certain ferocious passion that infuses this novel and I think that s why everything I may not usually agree with makes so much sense How could a city so full of people feel so void of souls I was leaning towards five stars from very early with this book but I was just a little disappointed that the ending felt so rushed We d been set up in a beautifully atmospheric novel with characters I really liked only for it to feel tied up too uickly It didn t ruin the book but I thought it could have been better which is why my rating is four stars instead of five But don t be put off This is an excellent book that I would recommend to all fans of historical fiction I enjoyed it a lot One final uote You said it wasn t your fault for being born rich any than it was my fault for being born poor And you re right But if we don t do anything to fix the world if we just shrug and let children starve and soldiers die and people be treated like cattle if we don t fix the world Miss Kutepova I believe it becomes our fault

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Read ☆ Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick 104 S a power rooted in the land and stolen from the mysticsA power that promises a life of love for her Tsarina Tsarina why wouldn t you let me love you I wanted to love this book you guys It s imperial Russia at the time of the Russian Revolution THERE ARE ROMANOVS according to the blurb which is a complete LIE because there is only a physical Romanov presence in the first chapter I can t be the only one who looked at this book and thoughtrightAnd while there was some of thisAnd the teensiest bit of thisThere was mostly this Magic EggRead the full review on Cuddlebuggery

  • Hardcover
  • 328
  • Tsarina AUTHOR J. Nelle Patrick
  • J. Nelle Patrick
  • English
  • 08 March 2018
  • 9781595146939