The Lost Crown

The Lost Crown

Book - 2011
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In alternating chapters, Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia tell how their privileged lives as the daughters of the tsar in early twentieth-century Russia are transformed by world war and revolution.
Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2011.
ISBN: 9781416983415
9781416983408
1416983406
Characteristics: 412, [20] p. :,ports. ;,22 cm.

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Beatricksy Nov 09, 2016

Beautifully written and altogether heartbreaking. Strong characters, good pacing, and a great look at history.

violet_flamingo_261 Jun 14, 2014

This book really shows exactly how the OTMA struggled during WW1. It is very good!!!

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Lovebird123
Mar 25, 2014

I loved the book! I like the way how the author put some Russian words into the story, and explained each of the princesses feelings.

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leejulie
May 13, 2013

this book was a wonderful book because the stories for each grand duchess was really real and as I read it, it felt like I was living the lives of OTMA.

Dimmu16 Jun 28, 2012

This book is amazing! You feel like your reading the actual lives of OTMA!

enb97 Jun 26, 2012

This was a really fun book to read!! I didn't even know about these people so it was nice to learn something as well as get some interesting reading in. My only regret is that the ending is so sad...

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racheltaekema
May 26, 2012

This book was fantastic!!! I didn't even know Anastasia had three older sisters, must read for anyone who loves history the only thing was the end was so sad!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and a little grusome.

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liz_carolanne Sep 04, 2011

liz_carolanne thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 21

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Dimmu16 Jun 28, 2012

The last royal Family of Russia. The story of grand duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia. It goes from 1914 (the start of the end) to July 4th 1918 (old times calender).

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merlin4ever
Aug 24, 2013

Other: Teen: for sadness. Everyone knows the family's fate.

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