THE WINTERS SISTERS SERIES
by Joanne Jaytanie
|I thought it would be interesting to learn more about Russian history because that period of time was very brief in my history education. I was happy to find this book but I must say it was not as good as I hoped it would be. I feel like this is something for young adults more than for adults. This is not always something bad because it can make it easier to understand and learn but this was a little bit to easy and I felt that the language and tone was used to make the reader look stupid or something.|
The story don't go into any depth in the story and the lived of the Romanov history and it really didn't give me anything new. Maybe this is a good read if you know very little, which I thought I did but after reading this I don't know, or if you are a young person who wants to learn about the Romanov family and a little bit about Russia during this time.
I am disappointed in this read. It was not my coup of tea. I was bored and had a hard time finish reading it but in the end I manage to do so. I also think the book gave me more questions than answers.
|This book was okay, it is a very interesting ghost story but I must say it took a wile to get into it and there where not much going on. I liked the cat aspect and the murder mysterious but I had a hard time to connect with the main character who seamed to be a bit lame.|
Also there where stuff who didnt add up for me when I was reading so I wondered if there had been any beta and proofreading but I dont know. I think I will give the second book a try later on, and hope they will be better because the main storyline is interesting but it is lost in this story.
I would say this is an easy to read story and dont have that much depth and stuff going on. It is like Leighann Dobbs is trying to be Agatha Christi and fails instead of making it her own.