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Romanov The history books say I died.They don t know the half of it.Anastasia Nastya Romanov was given a single mission to smuggle an ancient spell into her suitcase on her way to exile in Siberia It might be her family s only salvation But the leader of the Bolshevik army is after themand he s hunted Romanov before.Nastya s only chances of survival are to either release the spell, and deal with the consequences, or enlist help from Zash, the handsome soldier who doesn t act like the average Bolshevik Nastya s never dabbled in magic before, but it doesn t frighten her as much as her growing attraction for Zash She likes him She thinks he might even like her .That is, until she s on one side of a firing squadand he s on the other. Read Romanov author Nadine Brandes – freeboooks.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • Romanov
  • Nadine Brandes
  • English
  • 06 October 2017
  • 078521724X

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14 thoughts on “Romanov

  1. says:

    Any ANASTASIA fans in the room I have been DYING to share this news with everyone ROMANOV will be another historical fantasy standalone And now that I m squealing, I m at risk of revealing spoilers BECAUSE I M THAT EXCITED For those who want a teensyinfo about the book ...

  2. says:

    Advance Review Copy generously provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.The Romanov family fascinates people for a century Well, their end does And I was curious what Nadine Brandes would do with the story And mainly how she s going to end the story, that s what I m always curious to see I believe that the book had great potential However, it seems a bit like a miss Like the story is always the one note away for me to really enjoy But it s still an enjoyable read, an Advance Review Copy generously provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.The Romanov family fascinates people for a century Well, their end does And I was curious what Nadine Brandes would do with the story And mainly how she s going to end the story, that s what I m always curious to see I believe that the book had great potential However, it seems a bit like a miss Like the story is always the one note away for me to really enjoy But it s still an enjoyable read, and I think that you won t be disappointed reading this Roughly the first 60% follow the Romanov family from Tobolsk to Ekateringburg Here, it seems very precise The author then said that she did a lot of research However, it seemed like she mainly used the Wikipedia article about the Execution of the Romanov family There are some...

  3. says:

    well, i started using netgalley.my tbr should fear me.

  4. says:

    I liked Romanov Really, I did But The setting was ho hum What should be descriptions of places were instead inconsequential, uninspired snippets of text Sure, there was the whole house arrest shebang, so it d be unfair of me to fault the setting for being as claustrophobic as it was, but I can fault the writing for being bland and undescriptive after two hundred pages, I should have a better sketch out of the house than just the fact that there was, uh, a couple of rooms Oh, and stairs I liked Romanov Really, I did But The setting was ho hum What should be descriptions of places were instead inconsequential, uninspired snippets of text Sure, there was the whole house arrest shebang, so it d be unfair of me to fault the setting for being as claustrophobic as it was, but I can fault the writing for being bland and undescriptive after two hundred pages, I should have a better sketch out of the house than just the fact that there was, uh, a couple of rooms Oh, and stairs Which brings me to the feeble worldbuilding.So much wasted potential and it s just So Frustrating For the most part, the worldbuilding was lost in a sea of vague, confusing information, and on top of that, there was nothing to anchor the details to anyplace specific or in this case, to twentieth ce...

  5. says:

    This was an interesting read, while getting to knowabout the Romanov family The book is beautifully written with a family bond I just think historical fantasy fiction isn t my favorite genre

  6. says:

    I am floored Nadine truly outdid herself.ROMANOV is a raw, real story, full of pain and hurt But it s beautiful It s full of love and light and courage Courage to hope beyond the hopeless.Full review to come closer to release.

  7. says:

    The book spirits have granted me access to an eARC and I am so happy

  8. says:

    Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest From the author of Fawkes comes a magical take on the story of Anastasia Romanov.The history books say I died They don t know the half of it.Ever since I read Fawkes, I knew I loved Nadine s writing, and when Romanov was announced, I couldn t be happier As I have spend my childhood and young adult life in the Balkans, whilst travelling across Europe, I have always admired Russia, and always enjoyed reading all the theories about the Romanov fam Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest From the author of Fawkes comes a magical take on the story of Anastasia Romanov.The history books say I died They don t know the half of it.Ever since I read Fawkes, I knew I loved Nadine s writing, and when Romanov was announced, I couldn t be happier As I have spend my childhood and young adult life in the Balkans, whilst travelling across Europe, I have always admired Russia, and always enjoyed reading all the theories about the Romanov family.As a child I would be told stories and fairy tales, I would watch the Disney adaptation of Anastasia, and as I was growing up, I ...

  9. says:

    HELLO YES I NEED THIS NOW NADINE IS BASICALLY THE BEST AND OH MY WORD AN ANASTASIA RETELLING all the heart eyes

  10. says:

    29 10 18 I got an ARC of it D I m sooo excited18 10 18 It s fantasy, it s about the romanovs and it has a gorgeous cover I m sold 3

  11. says:

    can I just say this cover is absolutely gorgeous thank you and goodnight

  12. says:

    My copy of Romanov just came in the mail I also got a 100 wine voucherI am praying that this book isn t too depressing

  13. says:

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.lots of spoilers ahead, everything is a spoiler, even if you are familiar with the historical events, spoilers spoilers spoilers You find joy in so many little things For once I want to see joy find you Surprise you You deserve it and i deserve joy, too i deserve to love a fantasy novel about the time period that i am so passionate about, right I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.lots of spoilers ahead, everything is a spoiler, even if you are familiar with the historical events, spoilers spoilers spoilers You find joy in so many little things For once I want to see joy find you Surprise you You deserve it and i deserve joy, too i deserve to love a fantasy novel about the time period that i am so passionate about, right while i might think that i do, Romanov is certainly not the book to give me the satisfaction 3 stars, could not bring myself to giving it , no matter how much i would love to.but let s start off with some language trivia good things first besides,...

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    Did Anastasia survive It s the question of most books on the Romanovs Here is yet another one, but it has a unique take on this intriguing part in history.The book opens with the most beautiful dedication and introduction I m drawn in from the start And please do judge this book by its gorgeous cover Ipaniev House, the Romanov family in captivity, we all know it doesn t end well.The writing is fast, the story captivating, I can t put it down.But the event as we know it is unavoidable and so Did Anastasia survive It s the question of most books on the Romanovs Here is yet another one, but it has a unique take on this intriguing part in history.The book opens with the most beautiful dedication and introduction I m drawn in from the start And please do judge this book by its gorgeous cover Ipaniev House, the Romanov family in captivity, we all know it doesn t end well.The writing is fast, the story captivating, I can t put it down.But the event as we know it is unavoidable and so ends the first half of the book.And did Anastasia survive Well, do continue Because this story gives her a new lease on life A life filled with mischief, spells and magic A fairytale, a lovestory, so beautiful it hurts.I truly...

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