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    (The Bronze Horseman) PDF KINDLE é Paullina Simons FREE READ ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Paullina Simons Paullina Simons ☆ 6 READ The Bronze Horseman is one of my all time favorites I decided to re read it for probably the hundredth time and it still moves me just as much as it did the first time The story of Alexander and Tatiana is so beautifully told and gripping that I can never put it down once I start To think I nearly passed over this book because I don't usually read historical romances That would have been a tragedy Thank God I finally gave it a

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    (The Bronze Horseman) PDF KINDLE é Paullina Simons Paullina Simons ☆ 6 READ Full thoughts appear on my blog bottom line is that this book normalizes and promotes unhealthy and abusive interactions between a husband and a wife Never once did Simons denounce any of Alexander’s actions as abusive violent or wrong; instead Tatiana is constantly apologizing for upsetting his husband It’s sold as a love story but the main character is only given this love when she’s behaving like a perfect doll for her

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    (The Bronze Horseman) PDF KINDLE é Paullina Simons One of the best books I've ever read so heart wrenching but that's the beauty of it Tatiana and Alexander's story was truly memorable and amazing

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    Paullina Simons ☆ 6 READ FREE READ ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Paullina Simons FREE READ The Bronze Horseman ❝Good bye my moonsong and my breath my white nights and golden days my fresh water and my fire Good bye and may you find a better life find comfort again and your breathless smile and when your beloved face lights up once at the Western sunrise be sure what I felt for you was not in vain Good bye and have faith my Tatia

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READ The Bronze Horseman õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Paullina Simons ☆ 6 READ FREE READ The Bronze Horseman 1941 the Metanov family are living a hard life in Leningrad As the German armies advance their future loo. Full thoughts appear on my blog bottom line is that this book normalizes and promotes unhealthy and abusive interactions between a husband and a wife Never once did Simons denounce any of Alexander s actions as abusive violent or wrong instead Tatiana is constantly apologizing for upsetting his husband It s sold as a love story but the main character is only given this love when she s behaving like a perfect doll for her husband following his commands serving him food and bending over for him any time he feels the urge to pound her Alexander faced no conseuences for his actions in this book This violence and this abuse is sold as angst and romance And I loathed every goddamn second of it Alys et Vicky, tome 2, recto verso unhealthy and abusive interactions between a husband and a wife Never once did Simons denounce any of Alexander s actions as abusive violent or wrong instead Tatiana is constantly apologizing for L'Amour fou upsetting his husband It s sold as a love story but the main character is only given this love when she s behaving like a perfect doll for her husband following his commands serving him food and bending over for him any time he feels the L Amour Fou de Dieu urge to pound her Alexander faced no conseuences for his actions in this book This violence and this abuse is sold as angst and romance And I loathed every goddamn second of it

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READ The Bronze Horseman õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Paullina Simons ☆ 6 READ FREE READ The Bronze Horseman Ks bleak For Tatiana love arrives in the guise of Alexander who harbours a deadly and extraordinary secre. Good bye my moonsong and my breath my white nights and golden days my fresh water and my fire Good bye and may you find a better life find comfort again and your breathless smile and when your beloved face lights up once at the Western sunrise be sure what I felt for you was not in vain Good bye and have faith my Tatiana Reread 04132017 God I love this book so much It s far from perfect but this book and these characters are just so near and dear to my heart It s been almost a year since I read The Bronze Horseman the first time and to this day I still haven t found a love story as great as Tatiana and Alexander sI don t know what it is but my heart just aches every time I flip through these pages It felt as if I was reading this book again for the first time because I cried swooned and bawled some just has much as I did the first time around I think The Bronze Horseman will always be my favorite love story of all time and I ll never get tired of reading about the lives of Tatiana and Alexander 3 Original ReviewI have no words to express my feelings towards this book All I know with utmost confidence is that I might have just read my FAVORITE book of all time I think I ve also taken binge reading to a whole new level because I literally just finished an 800 page book within a span of a day I kid you not This book devoured me and haunted me even in my sleep for 24 straight hours I gave up life and food because I couldn t put this book down Even now I m still reeling and withdrawaling from everything I just readOur two main characters Alexander and Tatiana are the epitome of tragedy Their whole story from beginning to end was just heart wrenching They are the perfect example of lovers who met and loved at the wrong time especially when the beginning of their love story was also the beginning of the Second World WarSince the very beginning and for most of the story Alexander and Tatiana s relationship or lack thereof was put in a very complicated position You just can t help but root for them anyways no matter how bad things may likely turn out in the end The lengths that they went to just to bury their feelings for each other was absolutely dreadful The chemistry and the tension between Alexander and Tatiana was just so thick that it pained even me for them to be apart When they do finally get together it feels like absolute euphoria just knowing you were waiting hundreds of pages for this moment to finally happen And I must say those hundreds of pages were definitely worth the wait because I completely adore the both of them They weren t exactly sunshine and rainbows every step of the way and their fighting got irritating because basic communication proved to be such a struggle for these two but nonetheless I loved them anyways Their love was undying and sacrificed so much for even just a uick glance or the brush of a hand Even at the brink of death even in the end Alexander and Tatiana just lived and breathed love for one anotherAs individuals Alexander and Tatiana had their own flaws Tatiana was very naive in the beginning but war and loss sculpted her into a strong kind young woman These ualities were also her weakness because it led people especially her family to often take advantage of her generosity and kindness She was the ultimate pushover and I really wanted to shake some sense into herself at times A lot of times She was also stubborn to no end and often put herself and Alexander in difficult situations But I admire Tatiana s endurance and perseverance for overcoming the war and the sacrifices she had to make for herself and for her familyAlexander was a bit complicated to understand I could tell without a doubt that he loved Tatiana than life itself He spoke of love not with words but through his actions Sometimes I think he may have even loved her a little too much One of the things I worry about in regards to his character though was his temper He became very temperamental as the story progressed and I did feel as if his anger got the best of him The characters he lashed out to did become a bit testy but sometimes he got a bit too carried away with his rage Though I feel a bit guilty about saying this I must admit that I won t be surprised if abuse becomes an issue with Alexander in the later books Pushes and shoves can easily turn into slaps and punches I m hoping it won t happen since I absolutely love Alexander aside from his many flaws but it won t come as a shock if it does happenAside from the romance I really enjoyed reading World War 2 in the Soviet Union s perspective rather than America s or even Germany s I ve read a few historical fiction novels that were set during the Second World War but I ve never read one that was centered in the Soviet Union We all know that many countries lost a lot of lives in the war but just reading about what the people went through really hurts my heart I can t even imagine being starved to death like many of those civilians did I couldn t even eat a proper meal while reading this book because these characters were only given scraps for food I haven t read a book like The Bronze Horseman that s actually affected me this way emotionallyThis book is absolutely huge It s definitely the longest book I ve read and I ve successfully read it within a day Though the length of this book could be debatable I really think it plays a huge role in the book itself We as readers are living through this war with the characters We are growing and suffering with each and every one of them I don t think this book would ve affected me as much if it was any shorter There were parts that felt repetitive and possibly could ve been omitted but I wouldn t change this book for the world It s not the greatest piece of literature out there in the world nor is it the greatest love story every told but it comes pretty close to meI ve heard about The Bronze Horseman a few months ago but I never really gave it a second thought because I don t normally read historical fiction novels What a mistake that was I sincerely regret not picking this book up sooner because I can honestly say that The Bronze Horseman has topped every book I ve ever read so far in my life I always thought that The Night Circus a fantasy novel would always be my favorite book of all time I didn t doubt it because after several years and after hundreds of books no book has ever replaced The Night Circus as my all time favorite Until today On top of that fantasy has been my preferred genre of books to read This might have even been my first historical fiction book I ve read all year and we re already halfway done with 2016 I was never really planning to read this book or any historical fiction novel any time soon I just spontaneously decided to read a war romance and stumbled upon The Bronze Horseman even when I was already reading two other books But that dropping everything for this book was one of the greatest reading decisions I ve ever made in my life I can t even fathom how this book has impacted and affected me so greatly I m almost too afraid to read the next two books for fear that they won t live up to the the greatness of The Bronze Horseman But after that ending after all that suffering there has to be a happy ever after in store for these two untimely lovers I refuse to believe that this is the end for Alexander and Tatiana Trente ans d'amour fou up once at the Western sunrise be sure what I felt for you was not in vain Good bye and have faith my Tatiana Reread 04132017 God I love this book so much It s far from perfect but this book and these characters are just so near and dear to my heart It s been almost a year since I read The Bronze Horseman the first time and to this day I still haven t found a love story as great as Tatiana and Alexander sI don t know what it is but my heart just aches every time I flip through these pages It felt as if I was reading this book again for the first time because I cried swooned and bawled some just has much as I did the first time around I think The Bronze Horseman will always be my favorite love story of all time and I ll never get tired of reading about the lives of Tatiana and Alexander 3 Original ReviewI have no words to express my feelings towards this book All I know with Mes recettes magiques pour un amour fou utmost confidence is that I might have just read my FAVORITE book of all time I think I ve also taken binge reading to a whole new level because I literally just finished an 800 page book within a span of a day I kid you not This book devoured me and haunted me even in my sleep for 24 straight hours I gave L'enfant qui devint fou d'amour/Pauvre laid up life and food because I couldn t put this book down Even now I m still reeling and withdrawaling from everything I just readOur two main characters Alexander and Tatiana are the epitome of tragedy Their whole story from beginning to end was just heart wrenching They are the perfect example of lovers who met and loved at the wrong time especially when the beginning of their love story was also the beginning of the Second World WarSince the very beginning and for most of the story Alexander and Tatiana s relationship or lack thereof was put in a very complicated position You just can t help but root for them anyways no matter how bad things may likely turn out in the end The lengths that they went to just to bury their feelings for each other was absolutely dreadful The chemistry and the tension between Alexander and Tatiana was just so thick that it pained even me for them to be apart When they do finally get together it feels like absolute euphoria just knowing you were waiting hundreds of pages for this moment to finally happen And I must say those hundreds of pages were definitely worth the wait because I completely adore the both of them They weren t exactly sunshine and rainbows every step of the way and their fighting got irritating because basic communication proved to be such a struggle for these two but nonetheless I loved them anyways Their love was Cassandre ou l'amour fou. undying and sacrificed so much for even just a L'amour est fou uick glance or the brush of a hand Even at the brink of death even in the end Alexander and Tatiana just lived and breathed love for one anotherAs individuals Alexander and Tatiana had their own flaws Tatiana was very naive in the beginning but war and loss sculpted her into a strong kind young woman These Quarto, numéro 78 : Amours fous ualities were also her weakness because it led people especially her family to often take advantage of her generosity and kindness She was the Amours fous ultimate pushover and I really wanted to shake some sense into herself at times A lot of times She was also stubborn to no end and often put herself and Alexander in difficult situations But I admire Tatiana s endurance and perseverance for overcoming the war and the sacrifices she had to make for herself and for her familyAlexander was a bit complicated to Un amour fou à Montparnasse understand I could tell without a doubt that he loved Tatiana than life itself He spoke of love not with words but through his actions Sometimes I think he may have even loved her a little too much One of the things I worry about in regards to his character though was his temper He became very temperamental as the story progressed and I did feel as if his anger got the best of him The characters he lashed out to did become a bit testy but sometimes he got a bit too carried away with his rage Though I feel a bit guilty about saying this I must admit that I won t be surprised if abuse becomes an issue with Alexander in the later books Pushes and shoves can easily turn into slaps and punches I m hoping it won t happen since I absolutely love Alexander aside from his many flaws but it won t come as a shock if it does happenAside from the romance I really enjoyed reading World War 2 in the Soviet Union s perspective rather than America s or even Germany s I ve read a few historical fiction novels that were set during the Second World War but I ve never read one that was centered in the Soviet Union We all know that many countries lost a lot of lives in the war but just reading about what the people went through really hurts my heart I can t even imagine being starved to death like many of those civilians did I couldn t even eat a proper meal while reading this book because these characters were only given scraps for food I haven t read a book like The Bronze Horseman that s actually affected me this way emotionallyThis book is absolutely huge It s definitely the longest book I ve read and I ve successfully read it within a day Though the length of this book could be debatable I really think it plays a huge role in the book itself We as readers are living through this war with the characters We are growing and suffering with each and every one of them I don t think this book would ve affected me as much if it was any shorter There were parts that felt repetitive and possibly could ve been omitted but I wouldn t change this book for the world It s not the greatest piece of literature out there in the world nor is it the greatest love story every told but it comes pretty close to meI ve heard about The Bronze Horseman a few months ago but I never really gave it a second thought because I don t normally read historical fiction novels What a mistake that was I sincerely regret not picking this book L'Amour fou : 17 Passions extraordinaires up sooner because I can honestly say that The Bronze Horseman has topped every book I ve ever read so far in my life I always thought that The Night Circus a fantasy novel would always be my favorite book of all time I didn t doubt it because after several years and after hundreds of books no book has ever replaced The Night Circus as my all time favorite Until today On top of that fantasy has been my preferred genre of books to read This might have even been my first historical fiction book I ve read all year and we re already halfway done with 2016 I was never really planning to read this book or any historical fiction novel any time soon I just spontaneously decided to read a war romance and stumbled J'ai choisi la folie : Car Dieu est amour fou upon The Bronze Horseman even when I was already reading two other books But that dropping everything for this book was one of the greatest reading decisions I ve ever made in my life I can t even fathom how this book has impacted and affected me so greatly I m almost too afraid to read the next two books for fear that they won t live L'or des fous : Vies, amours et mésaventures au pays des Four Corners up to the the greatness of The Bronze Horseman But after that ending after all that suffering there has to be a happy ever after in store for these two Dieu est fou... d'amour pour toi untimely lovers I refuse to believe that this is the end for Alexander and Tatiana

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READ The Bronze Horseman õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Paullina Simons ☆ 6 READ FREE READ The Bronze Horseman Librarian note alternate covers for this edition can be found here and here and hereDuring the summer of. Seeing how highly rated The Bronze Horseman is I guess I ll be one of those very few who don t care for this book and brace myself for negative backlash Oh well I just can t stop myself from writing this reviewFirst of all I am not sure why people love this story so much when there are so much better booksmovies out there about lovers separated by war Atonement Russia during its communist era Doctor Zhivago escape from Soviet Russia EastWest I truly can t find a grain of the excellence everybody is talking about in reviews posted on this websiteThe book starts well enough a very young girl eating ice cream meets a soldier at a bus stop They instantly fall for each other They start meeting every day walking and talking for hours I must admit this part is uite entrancing all these emotions and Tatiana obsessing over Alexander s every word every glance every touch I suppose I am a sucker for extended foreplay However the interest starts vanishing once you read for the 50th time which bus they take how many kilometers they walk what streets they decide to walk along this time etc I guess Paullina Simmons must have done a lot of research about Leningrad and wrote her book with a map of the city nearby but this is not the kind of detail that adds to the storyThe next blow comes when we learn that Alexander Oh my is the man Tatiana s sister Dasha is madly in love and sleeps on regular basis with Tatiana the tender hearted martyr she is decides to give up her love for Alexander for the sake of her beloved sister Which would be OK I guess every epic love story has to have some kind of obstacle for lovers to overcome if we don t learn later that Dasha is a self centered tramp who also physically abuses Tatiana Does Dasha deserve Tatiana s sacrifice No she doesn t therefore Tatiana s sacrifice is pretty much pointless and even silly Dimitri is a convincing obstacle but even he I am sure of it wouldn t make passes on Tatiana if Alexander simply marries her What I am getting at is that the obstacles standing between our lovers are laughable at best and do not justify 400 pages worth of angst This fateful meeting is followed by another 100 pages of repetitive ramble How many times can I possibly enjoy reading about Alexander and Dimitri coming over to Tatiana s house having dinner and drinking vodka Tatiana watching Alexander with angst Alexander seating with unreadable expression Alexander getting it on with Dasha while Tatiana is groped outside by Dimitri etc My answer is not many it wears off after the second timeSame goes for the next 200 pages in a very small font depicting blockade of Leningrad where the same thing happens over and over again Tatiana goes out to get her family s food rations she is cold and in danger all the time she comes home and portions the food 1 kg 500 g 300 g 250 g of bread etc everybody eats they are hungry they go to sleep Same thing happens the next day and next and next until someone dies The honeymoon part is written in exactly the same way Another 100 pages of the same scenario Tatiana and Alexander make love talk cheesy rubbish Tatiana makes cabbage piespotato pancakesmushrooms they make love talk rubbish swim Alexander attempts to build something Tatiana flirts they make love again cabbage pies Come on enough alreadySome irritating things Tatiana s magical recovery from broken leg and 3 ribs in a matter of weeks her ability to speak and understand English after flipping through English Russian dictionary Marina s pointless presence in the story Tatiana s martyrdom Alexander s perfection in comparison to Russian men who according to Simmons are all smelly with dirty fingernails and oblivious to violence against womenBottom line is this book could have been much better with 300 pages of repetitive nonsense edited out because ultimately it has a decent story of love and survival in difficult circumstances but unfortunately it got buried under a mountain of cheeseNeedless to say I will not be reading the seuels or any other books by this author Fous d'amour uite entrancing all these emotions and Tatiana obsessing over Alexander s every word every glance every touch I suppose I am a sucker for extended foreplay However the interest starts vanishing once you read for the 50th time which bus they take how many kilometers they walk what streets they decide to walk along this time etc I guess Paullina Simmons must have done a lot of research about Leningrad and wrote her book with a map of the city nearby but this is not the kind of detail that adds to the storyThe next blow comes when we learn that Alexander Oh my is the man Tatiana s sister Dasha is madly in love and sleeps on regular basis with Tatiana the tender hearted martyr she is decides to give SAS : L'Amour fou du colonel Chang up her love for Alexander for the sake of her beloved sister Which would be OK I guess every epic love story has to have some kind of obstacle for lovers to overcome if we don t learn later that Dasha is a self centered tramp who also physically abuses Tatiana Does Dasha deserve Tatiana s sacrifice No she doesn t therefore Tatiana s sacrifice is pretty much pointless and even silly Dimitri is a convincing obstacle but even he I am sure of it wouldn t make passes on Tatiana if Alexander simply marries her What I am getting at is that the obstacles standing between our lovers are laughable at best and do not justify 400 pages worth of angst This fateful meeting is followed by another 100 pages of repetitive ramble How many times can I possibly enjoy reading about Alexander and Dimitri coming over to Tatiana s house having dinner and drinking vodka Tatiana watching Alexander with angst Alexander seating with Les Frères Ashkenazi -Yoshe le fou unreadable expression Alexander getting it on with Dasha while Tatiana is groped outside by Dimitri etc My answer is not many it wears off after the second timeSame goes for the next 200 pages in a very small font depicting blockade of Leningrad where the same thing happens over and over again Tatiana goes out to get her family s food rations she is cold and in danger all the time she comes home and portions the food 1 kg 500 g 300 g 250 g of bread etc everybody eats they are hungry they go to sleep Same thing happens the next day and next and next L'amour fou de zivana until someone dies The honeymoon part is written in exactly the same way Another 100 pages of the same scenario Tatiana and Alexander make love talk cheesy rubbish Tatiana makes cabbage piespotato pancakesmushrooms they make love talk rubbish swim Alexander attempts to build something Tatiana flirts they make love again cabbage pies Come on enough alreadySome irritating things Tatiana s magical recovery from broken leg and 3 ribs in a matter of weeks her ability to speak and La Transe et ses entours : La sorcellerie, l'amour fou, saint Jean de la Croix, etc. understand English after flipping through English Russian dictionary Marina s pointless presence in the story Tatiana s martyrdom Alexander s perfection in comparison to Russian men who according to Simmons are all smelly with dirty fingernails and oblivious to violence against womenBottom line is this book could have been much better with 300 pages of repetitive nonsense edited out because Histoire de la Cinémathèque française ultimately it has a decent story of love and survival in difficult circumstances but Du jeu subtil à l'amour fou unfortunately it got buried Trente ans d'amour fou under a mountain of cheeseNeedless to say I will not be reading the seuels or any other books by this author

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  • The Bronze Horseman
  • Paullina Simons
  • English
  • 15 June 2020
  • 9780006513223