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Peter can only see one boat and a handful of dark houses inhabited by Finnish peasants. Knowing that- I will keep it in mind as I read the next two books.

Alexander is emotionally abusive, physically abusive at times, overly controlling, and really manipulates Tatiana’s emotions for his own selfishness. The Bronze Horseman symbolizes “Tsar Peter, the city of St Petersburg, and the uncanny reach of autocracy over jihete lives of ordinary people.

It rebels against order and tradition. While Tatiana is out and trying to actually find some food, she meets a soldier who will forever change her and her family’s life. It will make you feel deprived but the real issue is that you will probably gain a pound or two just from the shear need of having to eat whatever your heart desires and to the fullest!

It was like stumbling on a book you thought you had lost. Strong, sexy, honorable hero. I hope pushjin go in blind and open yourself up so you can fully experience everything that is Shura and Tania and come away loving it as much as I did.


God, I love this book so much. Alexander saving Tatiana was so beautiful. Okay so I have to be honest.

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Though the length of this book could be debatable, I really think it plays a huge role in the book itself. What is more, he represents it in a way which sets him apart from the mass of humanity and even so Pushkin hints, as we shall see from such run-of-the-mill autocrats as Alexander I. I seriously doubt you will be unsatisfied!

Ok, well maybe a tiny bit considering it takes place during WW2, but the point is that it doesn’t FEEL like a historical book at all.

I’m not going to lie; this was a really hard book to read. View all 71 comments.

The bronze horseman is definitely a unique book. This book literally made me feel pure bliss and then pure agony just by turning the page. I think that’s what we all need is just someone jinehe give us that little extra push and I’m sooo happy she did! This would make a seriously epic miniseries! Want to Read saving….

This part of the review is going to be filled pusukin spoilers! On and on it goes for hundreds of pages. And have you ever read a story that affected you so much that you found yourself constantly looking for songs to become your “playlist”, so that music could capture what you couldn’t in your own words?

This story is impossible to review properly. Goodreads helps you keep track jiinete books you want to read. It’s been almost a year since I read The Bronze Horseman the first time and to this day, Puxhkin still haven’t found a love story as great as Tatiana and Alexander’s. There are two more books to this tale: What a difficult time and place to try and deal with boyfriend problems.


We, as readers, are living through this war with the characters. I read every single word often as slowly as I could. This book is hailed as many of my friend’s favorite of all time, so I wanted to write a review that did this tale justice. View all 4 comments.

They sound pretty much like you or I would. I always thought that The Night Circus, a fantasy novel, would always be my favorite book of all time. Even now I’m still reeling and withdrawaling from everything I just read.

The Bronze Horseman

Aside from brone romance, I really enjoyed reading World War 2 in the Soviet Union’s perspective rather than America’s or even Germany’s. Seriously, I love Tatiana completely. Todas las estrellas son pocas. The lengths that they went to just to bury their feelings for each other was absolutely dreadful.

I want to quote all their conversations. But Sharon, what about the boring history stuff? I love the lyrics and her haunting voice. The honeymoon part is written in exactly the same way. Brince don’t know what it is but my heart just aches every pushkon I flip through these pages. For the opera by Auber, see Le cheval de bronze. She is so talented that I actually become speechless looking at her art. Must be read in order.