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I thought that this book was a good read to curl up with.
While the author does take some artistic license, she did a great job remaining true to the historical facts and details of Catherine's reign.
The way it’s told IS creative, but at the same time, I was often confused and felt like I was just flipping pages to get to the end.
The subject material was interesting but did not care for the style it was written in.Published 1 month ago by Maggie Lowe
Mediocre at best. You hardly get a feel for Catherine the Great. There are much better books out there.Published 1 month ago by Marli
This was a very interesting read. Coming as a recollection on her death bed, the book put an unusual spin on the history of Catherine the Great. I enjoyed it.Published 2 months ago by Marcia B. Zipser
A novel of Catherine the Great book 2
Based on Catherine’s memoirs, this second novel seems more of a literary novel than anything else. Read more
As someone with a deep interest in Russian history, I really enjoyed Eva Stachniak’s THE WINTER PALACE. Read morePublished 3 months ago by HalKid2
In the book Empress of the Night, the storied history of Russia’s Catherine the Great comes alive. Details breathed one by one, as written by master storyteller Eva Stachniak,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jessica Voigts