Recounts The Colorful Story Of Marfa, A Peasant Woman Who Becomes Catherine The First, Empress Of Russia. I enjoyed this book enough to read it in two three settings I m a noncommittal reader who jumps from book to book I loved getting to know some theories behind the relationships between Catherine I and her adopted grandch
This was a historical novel that tells the story of the peasant girls who grows up to marry the Tsar and become Catherine the First, the Emperess of Russia Very interesting, truth probably beingstrange than fiction Taught me a part of history that I had never studied in depth before. Boring, boring, BORING I hated how it jumped from one narrator to the next I hated the redundancy that came from the split narration I ve waited years to read this, and it was such a disappointment. Interesting story about Peter the Great s second wife who became Catherine I.
- 207 pages
- Tsars Woman
- Pamela Hill
- 20 May 2017 Pamela Hill