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The Curse of the Romanovs Alexei Romanov, Heir To The Russian Throne, Is In Deadly Danger It S 1916, The Struggling Russian People Are Tired Of War And Are Blaming Their Romanov Rulers For It, And Some Are Secretly Plotting To Murder The Young Heir And His Family But Nobody Outside The Palace Knows That Alexei Suffers From A Terrible Bleeding Disease, Hemophilia, Which Threatens To Finish Him Off Even Before The Family S Enemies Can The Only Person Able To Help Alexei Is The Evil And Powerful Religious Mystic Rasputin And Now Rasputin Is Trying To Kill Him Too Desperate, Alexei Flees Through Time To New York City In 2010, Using A Method Taught To Him By The Mad Monk Himself In New York, Alexei Meets Smart And Sassy Varda Rosenberg, And Discovers She Is A Distant Cousin Varda Is Working On A Gene Therapy Cure For Hemophilia, As The Disease Still Runs In The Family When Alexei Learns That History Shows That His Entire Family Will Be Assassinated In 1918, He And Varda Travel Back In Time To The Russian Revolution, With Rasputin Hot On Their Heels Will They Be Able To Rescue Alexei S Family Before It S Too Late Staton Rabin Lets Alexei Tell His Own Riveting Story In A Rousing Adventure With Stunning Surprises A Movingly Authentic Look At Royalty And Revolution In The Days Of The Tsars.

10 thoughts on “The Curse of the Romanovs

  1. says:

    This is the most ridiculous book that I have read so far in my 16 years Everything was absolutely ridiculous that I don t quite know where to start To make things easier, let s begin with the characters The only Romanov character featured here was Alexei Romanov, the youngest son of Nicholas and Alexandra and the heir to the Russian throne At the start, I quite enjoyed the Romanov family life Everything was in place from Tatiana being a governess to Anastasia s naughtiness Felix Yussupo This is the most ridiculous book that I have read so far in my 16 years Everything was absolutely ridiculous that I don t quite know where to start To make things easier, let s begin with the characters The only Romanov character featured here was Alexei Romanov, the youngest son of Nicholas and Alexandra and the heir to the Russian throne At the start, I quite enjoyed the Romanov family life Everything was in place from Tatiana b...

  2. says:

    Good I liked it a lot Something about the Romanovs just like the Holocaust has always amazed me, and I ve always wanted to learnI really like this book, a gave you a whole different look of it all.

  3. says:

    I loved this young adult novel until page 85 when the narrator, Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov son of the last Tsar of Russia finds himself in New York City in the 21st century with a young girl calling him dude To say the transition was abrupt is to call the weather in New Mexico less than damp It is a fatal flaw of the novel, something that makes its entire structure inept I would have loved a young adult novel about the Romanov family with speculation ...

  4. says:

    A time travel historical novel is not my first choice of book but Rabin does such a fantastic job I was really pulled in and couldn t put it down GREAT read

  5. says:

    This book would probably be good for kids between 10 and 15, but no adults The story has some historical value but was just to smple and young I will give it 3 for kids, but a 2 for adults

  6. says:

    Great historical fiction The author also provides a thorough section of historical notes at the end of the book.

  7. says:

    This is a great bookI love to hear about Anastasia and her family, but this has a twist.

  8. says:

    Very goodmaybe middle school appropriate The Romanovs as seen through the eyes of future tsar Alexei He is able to travel through time to escape certain death and teams up with a relative in the future who is interested in finding a cure for hemophelia When he learns of his family s fate in a high school history class he travels back through time with his cousin to try to find a way to change the course of history The author includes outstanding and thorough notes for the reader on what a Very goodmaybe middle school appropriate The Romanovs as seen through the eyes of future tsar Alexei He is able to travel through time to escape certain death and teams up with a relative in the future who is interested in finding a cure for hemophelia When he learns of his family s fate in a high school history class he travels back through time with h...

  9. says:

    Brilliantly accurate in its potrayal and yet so enlightening

  10. says:

    Wow A friend recommended this book and I thought I wouldn t like it that much, but I really like it

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