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It was very interesting for me to read the book while i was visiting St petersburg for the first timePublished 10 days ago by miribar
Just back from St. Petersburg. Hordes of tourists, crazy lineups and gridlock on the streets are far from the wartime conditions. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Patty Bookworm
Beautifully written story which goes back and forth between the main character's youth and her current situation as an Alzheimer's sufferer.Published 13 days ago by Finnish Icemaiden
This is a thoughtful exploration of an elderly woman with dementia. Her story is told through frequent flashbacks she has of growing up in WW II Leningrad. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Connie C
Recommended by our guide in Saint Petersburg, I finished this in a day and loved it. Gives one a sense of the incredible hardship of the siege of Leningrad while celebrating the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shellie Miller
In the beginning I found it difficult to flip back and forth in time, but then realized it was a very unique way to tell an amazing story.Published 1 month ago by Joanne L
Enjoyed it very much. Liked the switch backs between present time and previou, younger lifePublished 1 month ago by J.A. Stanczak