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  1. Christina (A Reader of Fictions) Christina (A Reader of Fictions) says:

    FINALLY I am done with this series I can put it to bed and never think on it again There are times where the series was quite good, buttimes where it was frustrating, puzzling, and rage inducing Unfortunately, the latter sort of moments almost entirely comprise the final volume of the trilogy, making this a painful read And, fuck yes, there will be spoilers and profanity all up in this review.The Almost GoodSimons obviously knows how to write well She s got a...


  2. Aestas Book Blog Aestas Book Blog says:

    10 starsWOWOnce again, I am writing this review through my tears happy tears What abeautifulbook and wonderful conclusion to one of thegreatest love stories evertold The first part of this book is about healing Healing from all the traumas WW2 has left on their bodies and souls About finding a way to emotionally find their way back to the peace of Lazarevo Their memories haunt them like scars unforgettable souvenirs of a war neither of them wanted to fight as t 10 starsWOWOnce again, I am writing this review through my tears happy tears What abeautifulbook and wonderful conclusion to one of thegreatest love stories evertold The first part of this book is about healing Healing from all the traumas WW2 has left on their bodies and souls About finding a way to emotionally find their way back to the peace of Lazarevo Their memories haunt them like scars unforgettable souvenirs of a war neither of them wanted to fight as they struggle to build a new life in the States with their son.I really viewed books 1 2 as one story The first ended on a cliffhanger and the story bled right into the second which ended in a way that wrapped up that part of the st...


  3. Mikee Andrea (ReadWithMikee) Mikee Andrea (ReadWithMikee) says:

    He is thinking of sailboats in distant oceans, the desert from dimmest childhood, the ghost of fortune, the girl on the bench When he saw her, he saw something new He saw it because he wanted to see it, because he wanted to change his life He stepped off the curb and out of the deadfall To cross the street To follow her And she will give your life meaning, she will save you Yes, yes to cross We ll meet again in Lvov, my love and I Tatiana hums, eating her ice cream, in our LeningradHe is thinking of sailboats in distant oceans, the desert from dimmest childhood, the ghost of fortune, the girl on the bench When he saw her, he saw something new He saw it because he wanted to see it, because he wanted to change his life He stepped off the curb and out of the deadfall To cross the street To follow her And she will give your life meaning, she will save you Yes, yes to cross We ll meet again in Lvov, my love and I Tatiana hums, eating her ice cream, in our Leningrad, in jasmine June, near Fontanka, the Neva, the Summer Garden, where we are forever youngI m a little torn on how I should rate his book Majority of the book was a solid 4 stars but once we got towards the end, sadly, the story felt way too dragged on Alexander and Tatiana s story should v...


  4. Alyssa Alyssa says:

    How can I explain my feelings for this book Do you know how every television show in the history of television has that one will they won t they couple At some point, they eventually come together and it is totally underwhelming for viewers The relationship just seems weird.That is what happened here.When Tatiana and Alexander first marry in The Bronze Horseman, it is damn near perfect The second half of that novel focuses on their relationship and it is so well done Perfect measures of p How can I explain my feelings for this book Do you know how every television show in the history of television has that one will they won t they couple At some point, they eventually come together and it is totally underwhelming for ...


  5. Cait • A Page with a View Cait • A Page with a View says:

    1.5 stars Nope nope nope That turned into an infuriating mess The story starts with Alexander and Tatiana raising their son in America Alexander won t really talk to his wife or look at her they re just living together and everyone s resentful and miserable He says everything in their current life reminds him of the life she built while she thought he was dead Nothing is ever enough and it s incredibly depressing to read Alexander feels like a failure, so Tatiana spends most of the sto 1.5 stars Nope nope nope That turned into an infuriating mess The story starts with Alexander and Tatiana raising their son in America Alexander won t really talk to his wife or look at her they re just living together and everyone s resentful and miserable He says everything in their current life reminds him of the life she built while she thought he was dead Nothing is ever enough and it s incredibly depressing to read Alexander feels like a failure, so Tatiana spends most of the story desperately trying to get him back He says he survived so that she could save him, but he s certainly not making it easy Both of them believe the other is gone and neither can escape the past Alexander says Lazarevo was fake and that they still live like homeless and abandoned people with one pot because they can ...


  6. Beatriz Beatriz says:

    No es una novela a la usanza, es la vida misma Con momentos altos y bajos, con problemas, con discusiones, con frustraciones, pero tambi n con un amor tan profundo que les permite sobreponerse a todo Su historia nos afecta tanto porque son Tatiana y Alexander, dos personajes con los que hemos sufrido m s de lo indecible, y que hemos llegado a querer demasiado Debo reconocer que abord la lectura con bastante cautela, porque hab a le do muchos comentarios repudiando principalmente algunas acc No es una novela a la usanza, es la vida misma Con momentos altos y bajos, con problemas, con discusiones, con frustraciones, pero tambi n con un amor tan profundo que les permite sobreponerse a todo Su historia nos afecta tanto porque son Tatiana y Alexander, dos personajes con los que hemos sufrido m s de lo indecible, y que hemos llegado a querer demasiado Debo reconocer que abord la lectura con bastante cautela, porque hab a le do muchos comentarios repudiando principalmente algunas acciones de Alexander Claramente l no es un angelito, yo lo tengo calzado desde la primera novela, pero, como en todo matrimonio, las culpas siempre son compartidas.Paullina Simons demuestra una vez m s una sensibilidad apabullante al momento de traspasarnos los sen...


  7. Book Reader Book Reader says:

    0 Star I read this book a long time ago and I m going to jump headfirst into this review This is a rant You can be damn well sure, this has spoilers.Let us start with the 180 Alexander did in this book I did not like many, many things in the first book, but I accepted them They were part of the story and he did not have control over a lot of them But what he did in this book Those were damn well his choices.He emotionally abused Tatiana the entire time And of course,the reason was given 0 Star I read this book a long time ago and I m going to jump headfirst into this review This is a rant You can be damn well sure, this has spoilers.Let us start with the 180 Alexander did in this book I did not like many, many things in the first book, but I accepted them They were part of the story and he did not have control over a lot of them But what he did in this book Those were damn well his choices.He emotionally abused Tatiana the entire time And of course,the r...


  8. Kristin (KC) Kristin (KC) says:

    My Tatiana and Alexander whirlwind has officially and reluctantly , come to an end I must admit to feeling slightly lost right now, and confess my emotional fatigue brought on by the tremendous heartache of this beautifully touching trilogy The final installation to The Bronze Horseman was all that I had hoped it would be andAt first I was unsure where this book was headed Alexander s character had changed dramatically due to the trials of war, and I was afraid the old Shura would My Tatiana and Alexander whirlwind has officially and reluctantly , come to an end I must admit to feeling slightly lost right now, and confess my emotional fatigue brought on by the tremendous heartache of this beautifully touching trilogy The fina...


  9. Floripiquita Floripiquita says:

    Me ha costado much simo hacer la rese a de este libro, que quiz es aunque suene incre ble el m s duro de los tres que componen esta maravillosa saga Si ya de Tatiana Alexander dec a que no era un libro nada f cil, este lo es a n menos si cabe Esta historia es eso que pasa tras el felices para siempre, es la relaci n de pareja de unos personajes con el alma torturada, que se aman con locura pero que hasta ahora nunca hab an convivido ni vivido juntos m s all de ese breve para so que f Me ha costado much simo hacer la rese a de este libro, que quiz es aunque suene incre ble el m s duro de los tres que componen esta maravillosa saga Si ya de Tatiana Alexander dec a que no era un libro nada f cil, este lo es a n menos si cabe Esta historia es eso que pasa tras el felices para siempre, es la relaci n de pareja de unos personajes con el alma torturada, que se aman con locura pero que hasta ahora nunca hab an convivido ni vivido juntos m s all de ese breve para so que fue Lazarevo de unos personajes complicados e imperfectos con un pasado incruento e imposible de borrar, con sus claroscuros, su dependencia uno del otro, su cabezoneria y sus malas decisiones ay Shura, lo que me has hecho llorar no est escrito Es la VIDA, as con may sculas la vida, con sus miserias y tristezas pero tambi n con esos destellos y momentos de indescript...


  10. Marisa Sauco Marisa Sauco says:

    Trilog a emocionalmente ARROLLADORA Argumentalmente SUBLIME Despu s de 2372 p ginas y 17 d as de vivir y sentir cada momento, cada lugar, cada situaci n, cada sentimiento, cada personaje de esta maravillosa, extraordinaria, preciosa e inolvidable historia, yo me pregunto C mo se sigue ahora Trilog a emocionalmente ARROLLADORA Argumentalmente SUBLIME Despu s de 2372 p ginas y 17 d as de vivir y sentir cada momento, cada lugar, cada situ...


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  • The Summer Garden (The Bronze Horseman, #3)
  • Paullina Simons
  • English
  • 24 June 2017
  • 0007162499

About the Author: Paullina Simons

Paullina Simons was born in Leningrad, USSR, in At the age of ten her family immigrated to the United States Growing up in Russia The Summer PDF \ Paullina dreamt of someday becoming a writer Her dream was put on hold as she learned English and overcame the shock of a new culture After graduating from university and after various jobs including working as a financial journalist and as a translator Paullin Paullina Simons was born in Leningrad, USSR, in At the age of ten her family immigrated to the United States Growing up in Russia Paullina dreamt of someday becoming a writer Her dream was put on hold as she learned English and overcame the shock of a new culture After graduating from university and after various jobs including working as a financial journalist and as a translator Paullina wrote her first novel Tully Through word of mouth that book was welcomed by readers all over the world She continued withnovels, including Red Leaves, Eleven Hours, The Bronze Horseman, The Bridge to Holy Cross also known as Tatiana and Alexander , The Summer Garden and The Girl in Times Square also known as Lily Many of Paullina s novels have reached international bestseller lists Apart from her novels, Paullina has also written a cookbook, Tatiana s Table, which is a collection of recipes, short stories and recollections from her best selling trilogy of novels, The Bronze Horseman, The Bridge to Holy Cross, also known as Tatiana and Alexander and The Summer Garden.