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The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons

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Called "a Russian Thorn Birds," The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons is a sweeping saga of love and war that has been a monumental bestseller all over the world. The acclaimed author of Tully, Simons has written a stirring tale of devotion, passion, secrets, betray, and sacrifice. "A love story both tender and fierce" (Publishers Weekly ) that "Recalls Dr. Zhivago" (People Magazine), The Bronze Horseman is rich and vivid historical fiction at its finest.



  • I've been a fan of this book for years, and when life got too hectic for me to sit down and read it again, I eagerly requested it to be made into an audiobook. However, my excitement quickly turned to disappointment when I discovered that the narrator was male and gave Alexander a Scottish accent instead of the strong one he deserved. On top of that, other characters had English, sometimes London accents, which only added to my sense of letdown. Nonetheless, if you haven't read the book before, you'll probably enjoy the narration. Despite these issues, this is a beautiful love story, and you'll undoubtedly fall in love with Tatiana and Alexander. Despite my gripes with the narration, I'll still listen to this audiobook over and over again while waiting for Rothfuss to finally release the last book in The Kingkiller Chronicles.
  • I was completely blown away by James Langton's performance in 'The Bronze Horseman'. I was utterly hooked and couldn't tear myself away from listening. This story completely consumed me.
  • This love story is absolutely amazing. From beginning to end, I was completely captivated. The chilling atmosphere of the Russian winter was expertly conveyed through the writing, while the intense love between Alex and Tatiana shone bright. I didn't want it to ever come to an end and truly felt a void once it did. The characters were exquisitely developed, and Paulina Simons' writing style was flawless and graceful.