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PostDreaming Anastasia Review.

Anastasia Romanov

The daughter of the last Tsar of Russia,
Is believe to be dead by the world, but she is alive.
And when she sleeps she dreams...

Anne Michaelson

Doesn't know a thing about Russian history, she is
more worried about getting into a good college.
But when the dreams begin...

In her dreams Anne is somwhere else. She is someone else.
The dreams seem as real as her waking life, and they terrify her.
Then a stranger offers to explain them - a boy whom by
all appearnces is her age. He claims to be waiting for someone
who can help save Anastasia. And through him, Anne sees:
you don't have to be imprisoned to be trapped.

Charcters: Viktor, Viktor was SUPPOSED to be one of the good guys. But aren't they all? Anne, Anne barely knows enough histroy to pass but she is history and history is her. Anastasia Romanov is the last living realtive of the last tsar of Russia, who died in 1918 during a massacre. She is believed to have died with him, but don't believe everything you hear. Ethan, the typical tall dark handsome and super sneaky, but what if he doesn't want to be?

Journey/Story: Anne gets sucked into a Russian fairy tale that has no entention of giving her back until she's done her job. With help from some unusal friends she must save Anastasia and defeat Viktor, but they have their own problems to attend to, to.

I really liked this book, it's very intresting if you enjoy history and those hard to follow but fun family trees. It's technically written from three points of view but Anastasia has a diary which I count as a fourth. I loved every moment of this book even when it seemed all hope was lost. I recomend this to everyone unless your brain can't handle complicated story lines.

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Re: Dreaming Anastasia Review.
Post on Thu Apr 29, 2010 9:53 pm by Mandi
Looks very interesting.. Smile It's kinda like the story of the Princess Anastasia... Possibly?
Re: Dreaming Anastasia Review.
Post on Fri Apr 30, 2010 1:30 pm by Namine
Yup! It's mainly centered around the Romanov Massacre.
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