E–pub/E–book [Rasputin's Daughter] ¶ Robert Alexander

  • Paperback
  • 304
  • Rasputin's Daughter
  • Robert Alexander
  • English
  • 08 January 2020
  • 9780143038658

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Read & Download ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ü Robert Alexander Robert Alexander Ü 5 Download Download Rasputin's Daughter ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Rld of the Romanovs His latest masterpiece once again conjures those turbulent days in a fictional drama of extraordinary depth and suspense In the wake of the Russian Revolution Maria Rasputin eldest of the Rasputin children recounts her infamous father’s final d. Really enjoyed this novel about Rasputin s last week on earth told by his daughter as she discovers all of the conflicting facets of her father s personality

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Read & Download ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ü Robert Alexander Robert Alexander Ü 5 Download Download Rasputin's Daughter ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ays building a breathless narrative of intrigue excess and conspiracy that reveals the shocking truth of her father’s end and the identity of those who arranged it What emerges is a nail biting richly textured new take on one of history’s most legendary episodes. This book just wasn t for me I got to chapter 10 and I just found myself unable to continue Maria the main character never seemed to develop The author jumped around with her memories of her father and how they connected to the present situation The Romanov s and Rasputin are some of my favorite historical books to read but this one didn t do it for me

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Read & Download ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ü Robert Alexander Robert Alexander Ü 5 Download Download Rasputin's Daughter ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free From the author of the national bestseller The Kitchen Boy comes a gripping historical novel about imperial Russia’s most notorious figure Called “brilliant” by USA Today Robert Alexander’s historical novel The Kitchen Boy swept readers back to the doomed wo. I wanted to like this book I m a big fan of historical fiction and devour any of Phillippa Gregory s books and others like it I figured this would be in a similar vein so I eagerly bought itWell there was a reason it was in the discounted books bin at Borders Stink city The main character Maria Rasputin seems whiny and I felt like the book never explained her motives For example she witnesses her father s debauchery but after a brief period of dwelling on it inexplicably seems to forget all about it She also watches him heal the Tsar s hemophiliac heir and is convinced that Rasputin is God s vessel channeling the power of the Mighty One to heal She meets Sasha a mysterious man on a boat trip and for no discernible reason falls in love with him instantly I could never figure out why she had the unrelenting love for her lunatic father nor could I fathom why she was in love with a man she barely spent time with I felt like she spent the whole entire book running here and there like a hamster on a wheel trying to warn her father that his enemies were plotting against him but failing in the end as we all know She was a total drama ueen but never seemed to accomplish anything for all her hysterics She has no depth whatsoever She catches her father shagging the beloved housekeeper and second mother to Maria yet she barely even ponders it This book made me wonder if the real Maria Rasputin was that boring and one dimensional I highly doubt it The real daughter of Rasputin escaped Russia and spent the remainder of her life working for the circus and then babysitting in Los Angeles Someone who worked for the circus must be interesting than this book makes out The main character is flat has no motivation and was just downright annoying to meThumbs down