Tatjana Alexander

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Tatjana Alexander ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin. Sie verbrachte ihre Schulzeit in Österreich. Nachdem sie als Regieassistentin am Theater in ihrer Heimatstadt gearbeitet hat, zog sie nach Los Angeles, um am Milton Katsellas'. Tatjana Alexander (* in Melbourne, Victoria, Australien) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin. Sie verbrachte ihre Schulzeit in Österreich. Nachdem sie als. Tatjana Alexander berlin wien melburne schauspielerin, actress, wien, vienna, Film Auswahl Rosenheim Cops ZDF Episoden/Serie Regie Gunter Krää. HOST Vienna International Film Festival VIENNALE / / Opening Night VIS – Vienna Independend Short Film Festival / / Opening Night Tbilisi. Profil von Tatjana Alexander mit Agentur, Kontakt, Vita, Demoband, Showreel, Fotos auf CASTFORWARD, der Online Casting Plattform.

Tatjana Alexander

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It also led me to the beginning of Alexander's story and into his past.. Following TBH, this book took what was left of my shredded emotions and completely tore my heart out..

I am now completely, emotionally gutted There is nothing like reading a book that can pull such raw emotions from you. She is so gifted and is truly in a league of her own.

I couldn't possibly wait to read this book after finishing TBH and definitely think that everyone should read book 2 following TBH..

View all 17 comments. Feb 22, grace rated it really liked it. So intense and stressful!!!!! Or I'm gonna need a suppport group after this trilogy Guys I was so nervous I was going to hate this one.

Maybe it's the dreaded sophomore slump, that seemingly inevitable second book ailment most trilogies suffer that was making me a bit jittery when I started this book.

A lot of the times middle books feel like filler and there's very little worthy stuff in them. But this one? This one took my love for the first book and made it exponential.

Scratch that. Love to the eleventh power. I don't even know how anything else is going to top this trilogy for me.

I did not expect to get such an extensive set of flashbacks dating all the way to when our darling Shura was just 11 years old, prepping to leave America with his parents so they could live according to their deluded Communist ideals in the Soviet Union itself.

So yes, I suppose I should say that first portion of this book was filler just because we already got all that backstory in the first book.

Not with such detail, but we already knew the salient points of Alexander's backstory. So were all those flashbacks needed, no I love this story and these characters so much already that I'll gobble up all I can about them.

And I adore Paullina Simons' style, so lyrical in parts and yet so simple in others. She's enrapturing with the raw passion and emotion she uses to construct every sentence.

The writing is lush, evocative, envolving. It's packed full of sensual yearning and so much tragedy. Weird, for a book where the main characters spend so much time apart.

I was beginning to get worried with Tatiana's almost apathetic attitude to all the loss and suffering she'd been a victim of. But then Paullina finds a second gear and boosts the story with new twists.

Alexander is fighting for his life, like only someone as fierce and determined as he could. Tatiana can't let go. It's a penance of the heart, a silent scream of agonized loving.

Tatiana is back to being the Tatiana I know and love and I'm freaking devastated again at all the stuff happening on the page.

I couldn't read the pages fast enough and yet I found myself slowing down, rereading everything up to three times because I wanted to stay in the moment.

And then when these two come together again, we all know they will eventually I sobbed and trembled along with Tatiana.

My heart was racing, I was hoping to God the enemy wouldn't get their paws on them. I was there with them in postwar Berlin.

I am so glad there is a third book because as nice as that ending was, I am a total and complete glutton and I can't get enough of this story.

I don't even care that The Summer Garden is as big the Encyclopedia Brittanica and 5 regular sized books fit in it nicely.

I think it isn't going to be enough to satisfy my need for this couple. So yes, Paullina Simons stole my heart and I am sure it's too late for me now.

I'm enamoured with these books and as far as I am concerned she can have my heart for life, keep it and lock it away for giving me Shura.

View all 9 comments. Another beautifully written read! The second installment in TBH series did not disappoint.

Granted, much of it was filled with struggle, heartache, and tension, but it did not lack the eternal love and persistent hope generated in the first book.

The character development was huge, especially in Tatiana's case. She showed a remarkable growth in maturity; so much that, at times, I missed the former, more carefree Tania.

I found it difficult to see Tatiana in such a massive state of longing for a Another beautifully written read! I found it difficult to see Tatiana in such a massive state of longing for a large part of the book; she was just existing as time passed her by But her strength would always prevail, and what she was able to accomplish was admirable.

Alexander was faced with struggles that no man should ever have to endure, and my heart continued to ache for him.

There were a lot of flashbacks in this book, which allowed us to get to know who Alexander was before meeting Tania- all the way back to his not so fortunate childhood.

This book is a captivating continuation to the astounding relationship of Tatiana and Alexander.

To be honest, I wasn't sure how to rate this at first because it caused me so much heartache. But I realized that if something inspires me to the extent in which this book has, whether happy or sad- it warrants five stars all the way!

View all 14 comments. It deserves nothing less. Like I said in my review of book 1, nothing I write in my review will do this book justice.

A journey. This is the type of book that makes all other books look bad. It will give every type of reader something they love.

This book is rich in history, bravery, survival, suspense, love, friendship, loyalty, heartbreak, loss, sadness, and every emotion under the sun.

I urge everyone out there to read this epic and beautifully written trilogy. A Universe of Heartbreaking, Poetic Stars "Once upon a time, young girls met young boys when the moon was full and the nights were dark, when there was a fire and singing and joking, when there was wine and taffeta and dancing, when the music was loud and the laughing, too, when one pair of eyes stared at another, and the girl's chest swelled and the boy came up close, and suddenly she looked up, he looked down and Once there was first love.

Give Up? Move On? Keep Faith? Could not be broken. As long as I am in the world, she said with her breath and her body, as long as I am, you are permanent, soldier.

And he believed. The only way to describe this gorgeous sequel. Our characters, Tatiana and Alexander are separated by distance, by war, by death.

Their struggles while physically opposite, are emotionally and spiritually one. The heart ache and devastation seem never ending.

How can two souls endure? How can two hearts beat strong? How can two people possibly survive? When everything they are is gone?

On the outside you will walk and smile as if indeed you are a normal woman, but on the inside you will twist and burn on the stake, I will never free you, you will never be free.

Near impossible to put this book down Alexander's past is revealed and relived. Life changing moments are remembered.

Tatiana works and lives in the now. The future is contemplated. Despite all of the sorrow, pain, suffering, fear, regret and longing Despite lies, war and death Love will conquer all.

That simple moment is the one that propels us through life - what we felt like at the very edge of our future, standing over the abyss, before we knew for sure we loved.

Before we know for sure we loved forever. I am forever changed for having read this beautiful work of art, which to me felt just like an extension of the first.

I know the third book will be no exception. View all 39 comments. The third one Shelves: paullina-simons , review , adult , historical.

So I'm nicking something from Neruda which I find fitting because Shura, for the most part of this book, sounds like a hybrid between a South American poet and In fact, try reading that poem and you'd get a sense of Shura's pervading mood in this one.

Just by the sheer force of his will. Or for someone who complains about shallow plot devices and transparent twists that just seems tedious when you already know where its heading five chapters in.

This one you already have a vague idea what's going to happen in the end. It's like watching Rocky. You know he's going to win because Fitting, no?

Initially, the story is divided into three storylines points: Alexander in the aftermath of that choice he made for him and Tatiana in Morozovo, his past as told from his POV until a few of the events of TBH and Tatiana carving life for herself and her son in New York City.

I was very partial to the Shura POVs early on and it was done really well insert dirty, lascivious smile here craftily avoiding the traps of redundancy by bringing something new to the table and stopping appropriately at some point so as not to hamper the story from moving forward.

And writers planning to jump in the alternate POV bandwagon should probably take notes. But the loss of this storyline somewhere in the middle did make me feel the merging stories of present day Shura and Tatia ie post-TBH got a little too indulgent.

I was finding my mind drifting amidst their internal monologues because I have gotten myself attached to both these characters and reading about the mental torture of surviving the distance of an ocean and war, the doubts and uncertainties, the injustices endured and the temptations resisted To be reassured that yes you are sitting beside a loved one and there's food in the table, that someone just liked your vacation photo in Facebook and somewhere, someone watching Honey Boo-Boo on TV.

There is one moment, a moment in eternity. There's still stretches of scenes that defy belief, plot twists that border on the fantastical juxtaposed with Tatiana's realistic descent into grief.

Moments of Shura's near-impossible, superhuman feats he may or may not have his very own Inglourious Basterds somewhere down the line grounded by his one weakness.

Man of Steel that one. But never letting you forget when and where it is and what you've gotten yourself into. Because just as in The Bronze Horseman , this book vividly portrays the horrors of war, what it reduces men into and what it leaves in its ravaged path.

What's new in this installment is the looming threat in the aftermath: from the bigger picture with the evolving political landscape, to the personal imprints it will leave our two protagonists.

Some have said they are happy with how things ended in this book, and I can now fully understand the trepidation to continue to The Summer Gardens.

That last two chapters and watching too many episodes of Mad Men will tend to do that, I guess. And ten s bucks says, Don Draper has nothing on Alexander Barrington Gad, even his name gives me girly tingles.

Her lips moved to his mouth. Straight out the gate I am going to tell you this one was not as good as the first.

Though I did enjoy catching up with old friends, I did not enjoy hearing every stinkin' detail of where they had been and what they had been up to.

I especially did not want to hear about every damn random thought that flickered through their minds. I liked the general plot of the story and it was nice seeing the continuation of the characters I had fallen for originally.

I would have liked to see more with new characters, such as making the few that were provided more memorable.

Tweaking this character issue would probably fix my next issue, the two hundred or so pages of repetitive filler. It would have added a new flavor to the rehashed content of those pages making them more interesting and tolerable.

Geez…this review makes it sound like I hated the story. I assure you I did not. I figure you got my attention…now you must work harder at keeping it.

View all 6 comments. An infinity amount of stars. While reading this, my heart was broken in a million pieces but at the same time, swelling to take up my entire chest.

It caused too many feelings, my heart almost couldn't handle it. My love for this book is forever. It can't be put into worlds how deep it runs.

Tatiana and Alexander takes us on a journey of joy-faith-heartbreak and everlasting love. I have never, and will never love two characters with the same, deep, passion, as I love Tatiana and Alexander.

I am fo An infinity amount of stars. I am forever grateful to Paullina Simons for writing this phenomenal masterpiece.

Her beautiful words are like balm for my soul. With Tatiana and Alexander, my life is complete. Once again, my mind is blown with her ability to destroy my heart, body and soul.

Tatiana and Alexander was so beautiful to read it was almost painful. And heartbreakingly beautiful. There's no need for anyone to write anything ever again.

Tatiana and Alexander propels me through life. They are always there with me and will never leave. I have lived a thousand lifetimes with them.

If it's possible, I may even love this book more than "The Bronze Horseman. EPIC doesn't cover it. I have never in my life read a more beautiful love story.

And I will, never again. My heart is overflowing with love. I don't know how to continue on with my life after reading this. When I'm dead, and they cut me open, my love for Tatiana and Alexander will be ingraved in and on my heart.

This book spoke to my soul. He could almost reach for his ruck and feel for her dress, and see her, white dress with red roses, hair long and flowing, teeth gleaming.

She was very close. She needed comfort. She needed himj so much, how was she going to get through this without him? How was she going to get through losing him without him?

They kissed away Orbeli and Dimitri, they kissed away war and communism, America and Russia. They kissed away everything, leaving behind only what remained—pale fragments of Tania and Shura.

Look how many blue stars there are around the smile, Tatia. Forgive me for leaving you to the dogs of war, for being so quickly willing to believe in your death.

I was slow to love, but quick to abandon you. Where is he? Where is the splendid horseman, my gold ring and my chain, my black bag and my brightest day?

Alexander knew what was ahead. It was tomorrow. He was leaving. He had left. And he was without her.

I feel it. I am going to lie down on his sled and close my eyes and he will pull me along the snow to my Fifth Soviet building, except when we get there, I will not feel his hand on my cheek.

Alexander had handed her his life and said, this is for you. I cannot save myself, I can only save you, and you have to go and live your life the way you and only you were meant to live it.

He wanted to pick up his heart from the floor. He heard it roll away from him, he heard it beating, bleeding, pulsing in the corner.

Every day of forgetting was a day of increased remorse. How could you forget me so quick, she thought Alexander was saying to her, when I have paid for you with my life?

Have you been looking for me? This time we live together or we die together. View all 23 comments. It truly is the most consuming and beautiful love story I ever read!

Full of devotion, ache, longing, angst, despair and above all hope. If they were lucky to find each other, they will always find away towards each other.

They can't conceive a world without the other in it! So there are love stories and then there are Tatia and Shura story After being torn apart,Tania and Shura are trying to survive in a world consumed by war, trying to survive without each other.

The book goes back and forth with both POV's We also get several "flashbacks" of Shura's life before the war, since he was a little kid leaving America for Soviet Union to many key moments of his life, that molded him to the man we first met in the previous book!

The most selfless, brave and resilient character! She never gives up and she will do everything for the love of her life!

How can she go on, if she left her soul behind? I don't think so! What he went through in this book just broke my heart At all costs he must survive and get back to her.

No matter how impossible it seems, he will never give up. The flashbacks gave a whole new take on his actions and all he went through.

Even as a teen he truly was the wise one, and could see what his parents denied to see. And then,we see how one moment changed the course of his life forever.

In the whole book, many of his chapters were the most heartbreaking I ever read and left me a sobbing mess I'll make you proud.

I'll be ungreedy and unselfish, unprideful and unvengeful. I'll be as hard a man as they come. Let's go. I'm ready.

I want you to be a good man. It'll stay with my forever and ever! Now, did you get how much I love this book?

I need more stars I can't talk right now, tears are flowing There just aren't enough stars View all 21 comments. Nov 02, Helene Jeppesen rated it it was amazing.

Finishing this book leaves me almost breathless. Throughout all of its pages, I was kept captivated. My heart was in my throat and my feelings were on edge.

Paullina Simons' love story between Tatiana and Alexander, combined with their fatal lives during World War II, drags me in and leaves me completely anxious inside.

Even though the storyline in this book is quite different from the first book, I loved it so much! I needed to know what would happen to our two main characters and I cared d Finishing this book leaves me almost breathless.

I needed to know what would happen to our two main characters and I cared deeply for them. Yes, I still have a problem with the way Alexander sometimes behaves but that's a slight error in a big and beautiful masterpiece.

I can only say: Read this story! You will not regret it View all 5 comments. The Bronze Horseman was a beautiful love story set in war torn Russia.

This almost guaranteed readers would be desperate to see Tatiana and Alexander reuinited. I know I was.

Tatiana had escaped to America where their son Anthony was born. Each of their stories overflowed with grief. For both Alexander and Tatiana there was plenty of reminiscing of their times together but as the years progressed, instead of getting easier their grief became insurmountable, their desperation unbearable.

When Tatiana eventually finds the evidence she needs that Alexander may still be alive she takes matters into her own hands and returns to Russia hellbent upon rescuing her man.

From the ouset all I wanted was to see them reunited but theirs was no easy path. Having come this far with Tatiana and Alexander through their struggles I'm eager to get started on The Summer Garden.

As I read book two I couldn't help pondering how the worlds population righted itself after the tragedies and traumas of WWII.

How did individuals, families, communities move on and not get bogged down in despair, in depression, in PTSD?

There must have been literally millions of people who simply could not move on with their lives and losses post-war. Whatever the case, I'm sure it will not disappoint and I trust her implicitly to take them and me where we need to go.

May 07, Kat rated it it was ok. The bronze horseman was perfect, absolutely perfect. This just felt too forced, and also like I was re-reading too much of the original story, unfortunately it dulled the magic of that first book.

I will read book three, I can't end Tatiana and Alexander's story like this. I'm still traumatized from book 1. But I need to finish this series before Apr 15, Nick Pageant rated it it was amazing Shelves: alonamakesbooksbetter , historical , gen-fic.

I gave part 1 five stars, so I guess this should get six. I'm just blown away. This is far and away one of the best books I've ever read.

Highly, highly recommended to everyone, regardless of your taste in books. This truly has something for everyone. I'm exhausted and smiling.

Thanks to Alona for getting me to read this wonderful series. Mar 27, M. Under no circumstances read this review if you haven't read the first book in the trilogy yet.

This book has been emotional torture from beginning to end. I loved every page and every word I read.

It was just pure perfection. I got very emotional from the beginning and the emotions kept building up. I'd spill a few tears every now and then, but at one point I started full on sobbing and just sobbed my way through the rest of the book.

This book was extremely touching, moving and just beautiful. This was the ultimate story about love and loss. A love that started on the first day of war could never be peaceful.

And so it wasn't. All it took was one glance, one look, and their lives would never be the same again. She was in a world Alexander had never seen, swimming on the moon in a sea of tranquility.

He forgot Dimitri and war and the Soviet Union and escape plans, and even America, and crossed the street for Tatiana Metanova.

He had found her, a Lazarevo orphan waiting for him, and made her whole. Tatiana and Alexander have an extraordinary love that goes deeper than any other love I've read about.

It is so touching, so real and so pure, that the loss of that love is unimaginable. Both Tatiana and Alexander were willing to risk their own life to save the other, but at the same time neither one of them was willing to go on without the other.

I will go to the wall as your wife and never regret a second I spent with you. When betrayal and deceit throw Alexander in the claws of the NKVD, he makes sure that his wife and their baby are safe.

Tania, who now has to consider her baby's life too, makes her way to New York thinking her husband's dead.

Where did they teach you how to live after you'd lost it all? Alexander and Tatiana were literally each other's halves.

One complementing the other and without each other they're lost. Alexander didn't get executed, but was sent to command a penal battalion.

While fighting to keep his life, she was all he could think about. She was the only thing that kept him alive and kept him going in Soviet Russia.

He loves her as much as it is possible for a man to love a woman. His only goal was to get back to her again, so he could be whole again.

As she had been looking for him. In New York the only face she kept seeing everywhere was his.

The only face she kept looking for was his. The only hand she wanted to hold was his and the only lips she wanted to kiss were his.

Tatiana was alive, but she wasn't living. Today with every breath of the past she colored her breath of the future, with every blink of her eye, Alexander bore himself deeper and deeper inside her until the whole of what they were together blinded her from seeing what else might be in the world for her.

My heart broke together with theirs. Her being away from him, him being away from her.. It was too much.

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Their struggles while physically opposite, are emotionally and spiritually one. The heart ache and devastation seem never ending.

How can two souls endure? How can two hearts beat strong? How can two people possibly survive? When everything they are is gone?

On the outside you will walk and smile as if indeed you are a normal woman, but on the inside you will twist and burn on the stake, I will never free you, you will never be free.

Near impossible to put this book down Alexander's past is revealed and relived. Life changing moments are remembered.

Tatiana works and lives in the now. The future is contemplated. Despite all of the sorrow, pain, suffering, fear, regret and longing Despite lies, war and death Love will conquer all.

That simple moment is the one that propels us through life - what we felt like at the very edge of our future, standing over the abyss, before we knew for sure we loved.

Before we know for sure we loved forever. I am forever changed for having read this beautiful work of art, which to me felt just like an extension of the first.

I know the third book will be no exception. View all 39 comments. The third one Shelves: paullina-simons , review , adult , historical.

So I'm nicking something from Neruda which I find fitting because Shura, for the most part of this book, sounds like a hybrid between a South American poet and In fact, try reading that poem and you'd get a sense of Shura's pervading mood in this one.

Just by the sheer force of his will. Or for someone who complains about shallow plot devices and transparent twists that just seems tedious when you already know where its heading five chapters in.

This one you already have a vague idea what's going to happen in the end. It's like watching Rocky. You know he's going to win because Fitting, no?

Initially, the story is divided into three storylines points: Alexander in the aftermath of that choice he made for him and Tatiana in Morozovo, his past as told from his POV until a few of the events of TBH and Tatiana carving life for herself and her son in New York City.

I was very partial to the Shura POVs early on and it was done really well insert dirty, lascivious smile here craftily avoiding the traps of redundancy by bringing something new to the table and stopping appropriately at some point so as not to hamper the story from moving forward.

And writers planning to jump in the alternate POV bandwagon should probably take notes. But the loss of this storyline somewhere in the middle did make me feel the merging stories of present day Shura and Tatia ie post-TBH got a little too indulgent.

I was finding my mind drifting amidst their internal monologues because I have gotten myself attached to both these characters and reading about the mental torture of surviving the distance of an ocean and war, the doubts and uncertainties, the injustices endured and the temptations resisted To be reassured that yes you are sitting beside a loved one and there's food in the table, that someone just liked your vacation photo in Facebook and somewhere, someone watching Honey Boo-Boo on TV.

There is one moment, a moment in eternity. There's still stretches of scenes that defy belief, plot twists that border on the fantastical juxtaposed with Tatiana's realistic descent into grief.

Moments of Shura's near-impossible, superhuman feats he may or may not have his very own Inglourious Basterds somewhere down the line grounded by his one weakness.

Man of Steel that one. But never letting you forget when and where it is and what you've gotten yourself into.

Because just as in The Bronze Horseman , this book vividly portrays the horrors of war, what it reduces men into and what it leaves in its ravaged path.

What's new in this installment is the looming threat in the aftermath: from the bigger picture with the evolving political landscape, to the personal imprints it will leave our two protagonists.

Some have said they are happy with how things ended in this book, and I can now fully understand the trepidation to continue to The Summer Gardens.

That last two chapters and watching too many episodes of Mad Men will tend to do that, I guess. And ten s bucks says, Don Draper has nothing on Alexander Barrington Gad, even his name gives me girly tingles.

Her lips moved to his mouth. Straight out the gate I am going to tell you this one was not as good as the first. Though I did enjoy catching up with old friends, I did not enjoy hearing every stinkin' detail of where they had been and what they had been up to.

I especially did not want to hear about every damn random thought that flickered through their minds. I liked the general plot of the story and it was nice seeing the continuation of the characters I had fallen for originally.

I would have liked to see more with new characters, such as making the few that were provided more memorable. Tweaking this character issue would probably fix my next issue, the two hundred or so pages of repetitive filler.

It would have added a new flavor to the rehashed content of those pages making them more interesting and tolerable.

Geez…this review makes it sound like I hated the story. I assure you I did not. I figure you got my attention…now you must work harder at keeping it.

View all 6 comments. An infinity amount of stars. While reading this, my heart was broken in a million pieces but at the same time, swelling to take up my entire chest.

It caused too many feelings, my heart almost couldn't handle it. My love for this book is forever. It can't be put into worlds how deep it runs.

Tatiana and Alexander takes us on a journey of joy-faith-heartbreak and everlasting love. I have never, and will never love two characters with the same, deep, passion, as I love Tatiana and Alexander.

I am fo An infinity amount of stars. I am forever grateful to Paullina Simons for writing this phenomenal masterpiece. Her beautiful words are like balm for my soul.

With Tatiana and Alexander, my life is complete. Once again, my mind is blown with her ability to destroy my heart, body and soul. Tatiana and Alexander was so beautiful to read it was almost painful.

And heartbreakingly beautiful. There's no need for anyone to write anything ever again. Tatiana and Alexander propels me through life.

They are always there with me and will never leave. I have lived a thousand lifetimes with them. If it's possible, I may even love this book more than "The Bronze Horseman.

EPIC doesn't cover it. I have never in my life read a more beautiful love story. And I will, never again.

My heart is overflowing with love. I don't know how to continue on with my life after reading this. When I'm dead, and they cut me open, my love for Tatiana and Alexander will be ingraved in and on my heart.

This book spoke to my soul. He could almost reach for his ruck and feel for her dress, and see her, white dress with red roses, hair long and flowing, teeth gleaming.

She was very close. She needed comfort. She needed himj so much, how was she going to get through this without him? How was she going to get through losing him without him?

They kissed away Orbeli and Dimitri, they kissed away war and communism, America and Russia. They kissed away everything, leaving behind only what remained—pale fragments of Tania and Shura.

Look how many blue stars there are around the smile, Tatia. Forgive me for leaving you to the dogs of war, for being so quickly willing to believe in your death.

I was slow to love, but quick to abandon you. Where is he? Where is the splendid horseman, my gold ring and my chain, my black bag and my brightest day?

Alexander knew what was ahead. It was tomorrow. He was leaving. He had left. And he was without her.

I feel it. I am going to lie down on his sled and close my eyes and he will pull me along the snow to my Fifth Soviet building, except when we get there, I will not feel his hand on my cheek.

Alexander had handed her his life and said, this is for you. I cannot save myself, I can only save you, and you have to go and live your life the way you and only you were meant to live it.

He wanted to pick up his heart from the floor. He heard it roll away from him, he heard it beating, bleeding, pulsing in the corner.

Every day of forgetting was a day of increased remorse. How could you forget me so quick, she thought Alexander was saying to her, when I have paid for you with my life?

Have you been looking for me? This time we live together or we die together. View all 23 comments. It truly is the most consuming and beautiful love story I ever read!

Full of devotion, ache, longing, angst, despair and above all hope. If they were lucky to find each other, they will always find away towards each other.

They can't conceive a world without the other in it! So there are love stories and then there are Tatia and Shura story After being torn apart,Tania and Shura are trying to survive in a world consumed by war, trying to survive without each other.

The book goes back and forth with both POV's We also get several "flashbacks" of Shura's life before the war, since he was a little kid leaving America for Soviet Union to many key moments of his life, that molded him to the man we first met in the previous book!

The most selfless, brave and resilient character! She never gives up and she will do everything for the love of her life! How can she go on, if she left her soul behind?

I don't think so! What he went through in this book just broke my heart At all costs he must survive and get back to her.

No matter how impossible it seems, he will never give up. The flashbacks gave a whole new take on his actions and all he went through.

Even as a teen he truly was the wise one, and could see what his parents denied to see. And then,we see how one moment changed the course of his life forever.

In the whole book, many of his chapters were the most heartbreaking I ever read and left me a sobbing mess I'll make you proud.

I'll be ungreedy and unselfish, unprideful and unvengeful. I'll be as hard a man as they come.

Let's go. I'm ready. I want you to be a good man. It'll stay with my forever and ever! Now, did you get how much I love this book? I need more stars I can't talk right now, tears are flowing There just aren't enough stars View all 21 comments.

Nov 02, Helene Jeppesen rated it it was amazing. Finishing this book leaves me almost breathless. Throughout all of its pages, I was kept captivated.

My heart was in my throat and my feelings were on edge. Paullina Simons' love story between Tatiana and Alexander, combined with their fatal lives during World War II, drags me in and leaves me completely anxious inside.

Even though the storyline in this book is quite different from the first book, I loved it so much! I needed to know what would happen to our two main characters and I cared d Finishing this book leaves me almost breathless.

I needed to know what would happen to our two main characters and I cared deeply for them. Yes, I still have a problem with the way Alexander sometimes behaves but that's a slight error in a big and beautiful masterpiece.

I can only say: Read this story! You will not regret it View all 5 comments. The Bronze Horseman was a beautiful love story set in war torn Russia.

This almost guaranteed readers would be desperate to see Tatiana and Alexander reuinited. I know I was. Tatiana had escaped to America where their son Anthony was born.

Each of their stories overflowed with grief. For both Alexander and Tatiana there was plenty of reminiscing of their times together but as the years progressed, instead of getting easier their grief became insurmountable, their desperation unbearable.

When Tatiana eventually finds the evidence she needs that Alexander may still be alive she takes matters into her own hands and returns to Russia hellbent upon rescuing her man.

From the ouset all I wanted was to see them reunited but theirs was no easy path. Having come this far with Tatiana and Alexander through their struggles I'm eager to get started on The Summer Garden.

As I read book two I couldn't help pondering how the worlds population righted itself after the tragedies and traumas of WWII.

How did individuals, families, communities move on and not get bogged down in despair, in depression, in PTSD?

There must have been literally millions of people who simply could not move on with their lives and losses post-war.

Whatever the case, I'm sure it will not disappoint and I trust her implicitly to take them and me where we need to go. May 07, Kat rated it it was ok.

The bronze horseman was perfect, absolutely perfect. This just felt too forced, and also like I was re-reading too much of the original story, unfortunately it dulled the magic of that first book.

I will read book three, I can't end Tatiana and Alexander's story like this. I'm still traumatized from book 1. But I need to finish this series before Apr 15, Nick Pageant rated it it was amazing Shelves: alonamakesbooksbetter , historical , gen-fic.

I gave part 1 five stars, so I guess this should get six. I'm just blown away. This is far and away one of the best books I've ever read.

Highly, highly recommended to everyone, regardless of your taste in books. This truly has something for everyone. I'm exhausted and smiling.

Thanks to Alona for getting me to read this wonderful series. Mar 27, M. Under no circumstances read this review if you haven't read the first book in the trilogy yet.

This book has been emotional torture from beginning to end. I loved every page and every word I read.

It was just pure perfection. I got very emotional from the beginning and the emotions kept building up.

I'd spill a few tears every now and then, but at one point I started full on sobbing and just sobbed my way through the rest of the book. This book was extremely touching, moving and just beautiful.

This was the ultimate story about love and loss. A love that started on the first day of war could never be peaceful.

And so it wasn't. All it took was one glance, one look, and their lives would never be the same again. She was in a world Alexander had never seen, swimming on the moon in a sea of tranquility.

He forgot Dimitri and war and the Soviet Union and escape plans, and even America, and crossed the street for Tatiana Metanova.

He had found her, a Lazarevo orphan waiting for him, and made her whole. Tatiana and Alexander have an extraordinary love that goes deeper than any other love I've read about.

It is so touching, so real and so pure, that the loss of that love is unimaginable. Both Tatiana and Alexander were willing to risk their own life to save the other, but at the same time neither one of them was willing to go on without the other.

I will go to the wall as your wife and never regret a second I spent with you. When betrayal and deceit throw Alexander in the claws of the NKVD, he makes sure that his wife and their baby are safe.

Tania, who now has to consider her baby's life too, makes her way to New York thinking her husband's dead. Where did they teach you how to live after you'd lost it all?

Alexander and Tatiana were literally each other's halves. One complementing the other and without each other they're lost.

Alexander didn't get executed, but was sent to command a penal battalion. While fighting to keep his life, she was all he could think about.

She was the only thing that kept him alive and kept him going in Soviet Russia. He loves her as much as it is possible for a man to love a woman.

His only goal was to get back to her again, so he could be whole again. As she had been looking for him.

In New York the only face she kept seeing everywhere was his. The only face she kept looking for was his.

The only hand she wanted to hold was his and the only lips she wanted to kiss were his. Tatiana was alive, but she wasn't living. Today with every breath of the past she colored her breath of the future, with every blink of her eye, Alexander bore himself deeper and deeper inside her until the whole of what they were together blinded her from seeing what else might be in the world for her.

My heart broke together with theirs. Her being away from him, him being away from her.. It was too much. Yet I loved the torture and the emotions it got out of me.

It had gotten to the point where the single mention of Lazarevo reduced me to tears. And all my friends know I don't usually cry over books.

Will you remember that? Even though she "knew" he was dead, she couldn't help but shake the feeling that maybe he wasn't.

That maybe he needed her. That maybe she should go find him. In the ocean, her arm outstretched to God, was Lady Liberty and on the fire escape was Tatiana, sitting in the three-in-the-morning air, listening across the ocean for the breathing of one man.

The king among men. Tatiana's character kept amazing me over and over again. I cannot express how much I love her and how awesome I think she is.

She was as resolute as ever, as fully loving, as completely giving, intensely tender, unbearably moving, as always affecting him utterly.

Tania is at her core a happy soul, a resilient person. Her kindness was often mistaken for weakness, but she was everything but weak.

Tatiana is the strongest female character I've ever read about. She's also the smartest and the most loyal one.

Even when there seemed to be no way out, he never lost hope. He never gave up on finding his way back to her, because she was his only life force and the brightest star in the sky.

There is no way out. It tells us the story of Harold and Jane Barrington and how they saw their Soviet dream fall into pieces and how Alexander survived from it up till the moment where he meets Tania.

I loved this variation in stories. It kept it interesting and enjoyable to read. I loved how there were many flashbacks and memories of book one of the trilogy.

You could really see how symbolic everything was and how well it all connected with each other. Get up, get up for me, and go on.

Go on, go take care of our son, and I will take care of you. It's funny how everything in book one was so different from the way things were in book two.

It's funny how life changed drastically for the both of them. Dive into hope, or die in despair. They dived into hope and it got them through the toughest times of their lives.

I cannot wait to continue the journey in book three and see what more life has in store for them. View all 22 comments.

Anywhere you are, if you can look up and find Perseus in the sky, find that smile, and hear the galactic wind whisper your name, you'll know that it's me, calling for you I absolutely loved this book.

Tatiana and Alexander teaches us what real love is really about. A love that war, hardship, loneliness, time and distance can't break, can't free them.

I have to say I really enjoy "Will you remember that? I have to say I really enjoyed this book a lot. You get to learn a lot more about Alexander's past and how he became the man he was from his point of view.

From childhood life in America before coming to the Soviet Union to the day he met Tatiana and even the time their spend apart after they've met.

I felt more connected to him and to his life, to Tatiana and to his mother, who was a big part of him sill. That despite a comfortable life and new friends she kept Alexander's memory alive inside of her, and by being kind and generous with others, for some reason the gods kept him alive for her too.

I was beginning to think they weren't going to make it. As usual Tatiana wouldn't take no for an answer and did all in her power to get Alexander to come to America with her.

She can't take the bronze horseman's pursuing her any longer. But at the end, after all the struggles, all the suffering all the war.

Alexander is changed a little, and Tatiana too. Will their love be strong enough to adapt to their years apart?

Their doubts and fears? Their weakness and their quiet? I sense a lot of heart troubles ahead for them View 1 comment. The first half of this book had me worried since quite a bit of it was nothing more than flashbacks to the first book.

But the flashbacks eventually faded away, and I was left to finish the rest of the tale, which was also a bit draining because I kept wondering when Alexander and Tatiana were finally going to see each other again.

This book, like its predecessor, is a bit melodramatic, but Paullina Simons is a master manipulator; normally melodrama makes me roll my eyes or snicker, but this mel The first half of this book had me worried since quite a bit of it was nothing more than flashbacks to the first book.

This book, like its predecessor, is a bit melodramatic, but Paullina Simons is a master manipulator; normally melodrama makes me roll my eyes or snicker, but this melodrama left me with that vaguely pressurized feeling in my chest like I was going to cry at any minute.

Even during action scenes! I just wanted there to be something happy so badly that whenever something else went wrong, I wanted to start bawling and screaming about the unfairness of it all.

So yeah, I guess you could say Paullina Simons knows how to bring out my inner emotionally unstable drama queen.

It was a fun ride. View all 4 comments. Even better than the first installment and much easier to fall into. The lovers are torn apart.

Tatiana is in America ripped with grief. The character development has blossomed. And the details and writing remain unapproachable.

The author has a magical touch with all the historical details bringing this one to life on the pages. Yes, this reader cried. And sat on the edge of my chair most of the time.

The love between these two is challenged at every turn. The sadness is almost unbearable. How much more must they endure?

I'm about to find out as I proceed to the next book with a hopeful heart. One full review covering all three books will be posted upon completion of the final book.

It wasn't as good as the first one but it was still perfect in every single way!! I love this series beyond words. Readers also enjoyed.

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