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Overall very well written and engaging.
In SASHENKA, Russian historian Simon Montefiore tells the intimate story of the one family through the history of the Russian Revolution and Stalin's Terror.
Simon Sebag Montefiore's grasp of the Stalinist era is masterful, and it's that historical detail that makes this book work.
I decided to write this review after getting familiarized with the praise to the book. Perhaps I would disappoint those who wrote: “That is how it happened,” and “The enigma of... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Svetlana Shabalovskaya
This story kept my attention for each and every page. I found it hard to put down.Published 2 months ago by Joe Darflinger
I liked this book very much since it gives you some insight of what a well meaning youth, of a fairly rich family goes through from being attracted by the ideals of the Russian... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mrgu
Great overview of the oppression in early 20th century Russia. Lots of intrigue! Would highly recommend!Published 2 months ago by merlot
Montefiore has succeeded in telling a story that gives us an insight into history which we might miss. This iBook is historical fiction at its best!Published 2 months ago by Peggy Bond
Every piece of historical and contemporary detail in Simon Sebag Montefiore's third novel (but first big seller), reeks authenticity and so it should because he has read enough of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by keetmom
No other book has put me in a different time period in quite the same wayPublished 4 months ago by Wilfred Godfrey
On the whole Enjoyed this book although 1 or 2 things seemed a bit contrived, like how her mother found her pistol. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ian Mitchell Lowe