The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport
The Romanov Sisters is a rehashing of other books on the topic of the Romanov family, just specifically focused on the four girls. It drags quite often and is very wordy. There is really nothing new in this book that you won’t find elsewhere. Pretty much all the people the girls associated with are mentioned, some only one time. For those the girls wrote about in their diaries, sometimes the author used the person’s real name and sometimes the code name used. This was often confusing. I found the book to be mediocre.
3 (out of 5) Stars
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