Rasputin's Daughter

Rasputin's Daughter

Book - 2006
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With the same riveting historical narrative that made The Kitchen Boy a national bestseller and a book club favourite, Robert Alexander returns to revolutionary Russia for the harrowing tale of the notorious Rasputin's final days as told by his bold daughter, Maria. With vast conspiracies mounting against her father, Maria must struggle with the discovery of Rasputin's true nature-his unbridled carnal appetites, mysterious relationship with the Empress, rumours of involvement in secret religious cults-to save her father from his murderers. Swept away in a plot much larger than the death of one man, Maria finds herself on the cusp of the Russian Revolution itself.
Publisher: Viking, 2006
ISBN: 9780670034680
Branch Call Number: AF ALEX


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May 13, 2011

Not a bad read. The last week of Rasputin's life as told by his eldest daughter. Interesting. Not as fully fleshed out as it could have been. There could have been a lot more character development.

Sep 12, 2009

Although Rasputin's life and character are fascinating, this pseudo love story is fake and a complete waste of time to the story line. I would much rather read a nonfiction account of Rasputin and his family to get the real story!

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