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10 thoughts on “The Romanov Prophecy

  1. Michelle S Michelle S says:

    Any ideas on why books aren't rated for languagecontent? Anyway the story line was interesting enough but I stopped reading the book because of the language Note to authors; F bombs really aren't necessary to add emphasis to a situation it just creates characters who lack the capacity to express themselves with any degree of intellegence


  2. Pam Pam says:

    I enjoyed reading friends on goodreads reviews I am also a Russian history nut and have traveled to St Petersburg and the Peter and Paul Fortress This was such a fast paced intriging book that I read it in a couple of days I think the mystery surrounding the missing children's bodys will never be solved So we have our wonderful imaginations to keep us interestedBy the way I found the Amber room not as exciting I have seen the real Amber room and and the privilege to speak with a Russian about its tragic history


  3. Ivana Books Are Magic Ivana Books Are Magic says:

    What I didn't like about this novel? Pretty much everything I disliked the writing style to put it mildly I couldn't relate to the characters and I found the plot extremely dull The whole thing seemed like a Hollywood blockbuster A very dull and crazy unrealistic Hollywood blockbuster I kept rolling my eyes Lord the protagonist pretends he doesn't speak Russian often for no particular reason and this magically saves his life all the time Nobody suspects he might indeed speak the language even after Lord repeatedly stresses that he is researching Russian history and the Romanov with the permission of the Russian government There is this scene where a corrupt police speaks on the phone about planning to kill Lorn in front of him and doesn't suspect Lord might understand him despite the fact that Lord told him ten seconds ago that he is in Russia to do the kind of work that demands at least elementary knowledge of Russian language Then Lord pushes him over and magically escapes from the police station we don't learn how into the street easily mingling with other people and disappearing despite the fact that the whole novel stresses the fact how Lord stands out everywhere because he is in fact African American That makes no sense Nothing makes any sense I'm afraidThe protagonist of this book is as I said an African American man I'm going to take a wild guess and say that the author of this book is white Did he make Lord black only to win some politically correct points? I can't say for sure and I certainly can't speak for African American community but I did cringe a few times Yes I had some issues with the way Lord was being described and not just the odd Uncle Sam references that felt a bit racist There was also that time when Lord's skin is being compared to a river and it came of as offensive to me even if it was done by a woman that was supposed to be attracted to him? And what is with saying that all Russian have yellowish skin? I found that offensive as well There were other things I found offensive but it would take me forever to list them all so I'll just stop myself here I feel like I actually lost I points reading this novel It is a shame because it could have been a good thriller I mean the premise is pretty interesting isn't it? But the book was such a disappointment To conclude The Romanov Prophecy is one of the worst thrillers and books in general that I have ever read I can't believe I actually bought it I think I'll even have to insert sad face emoticons something I don't usually do but here it goes


  4. Nikki Nikki says:

    Didn't really like this book at all The only reason I kept reading was because I found some of the story that was actually about the Romanovs fairly interesting If a book has either the Romanovs Cesare Borgia ancient GreeceRome or Arthurian legend chances areI'll like it So it is saying a lot that I didn't like this book If you like formulaic conspiracy books a la Da Vinci Code it is possible you might like it But I hate those kinds of books Small people caught up in something bigger than them always a man and a woman and some pathetic attempt at sexual tension people out to kill them to keep the secret old pretentious men who give unrealistic monologues full of information that they have spent their entire lives doing nothing but researching following ridiculous clues around the world and always ending up successful with dues ex machina moments in which the characters learn all the historical information is contrary to the facts that most people believe and cause all the pieces of the puzzle to neatly fall into place Sorry if I ruined the book and every other conspiracy book out there for you ; You start right in the middle of the action I get the purpose of this to bring the reader in but I had absolutely no connection to the character and that feeling continued throughout the book Things about the lives of the characters I guess to help you relate? unsuccessful are thrown in via the characters thoughts and are forced and so loosely related to what is happening in the story that you wonder why the character would have chosen that particular moment to think about it Or any moment at all since the back stories are not relevant to the story and are very poor attempts at character developmentIt was also a little hard to relate to Russia electing to turn back into a tsarist nationSo That's that


  5. Mandy Mandy says:

    I choose this book to read because it was about the Romanovs There was brief time in my life where I was interested in the last czar's family so the title caught my eye I'm still interested in the topic just not to the same degree The action never stops in this book I think that's something that appeals to lots of readers I don't always like the fast pace but I have to admit it does encourage you to continue reading Even though I've done my own research into the Romanovs I have no idea how historically accurate the story was And it's been some time since I read it anyway But there was nothing that stuck out like a red thumb to me so I'd say the author did his research If the story is good enough I can forgive some historical inaccuracies Of course there are some blatant ones given that a lot of historians believe none of the family survived but damn it makes a good story to ignore that fact


  6. Amber Amber says:

    This was a fantastical what if story that really kept the pages turning uickly I love that Steve Berry incorporates a lot of factual history and traditions into his storylines He is a uality writer with a keen imagination I still feel sorry for the Tsar and his family every time I read an account about thier last days in the House of Special Purpose


  7. Ned Ned says:

    I continue my illogical and inexplicable fascination with Russian history with this historical novel based on The Romanov dynasty In the last decade I have read dozens of books novels and historical texts about Russia and the Soviet Union with a bizarre emphasis on the early secretive Soviet Space program I have no clue how I developed this passion This is one of Steve Berry's early novels His writing has since improved but the story here is uite good once you cut him some slack about an unlikely premise a prophecy by Rasputin that for some reason must be followed to the letter almost 100 years later Like his other books I have read this is a novel based on some good and fascinating history The Romanovs and the execution of the entire royal family There is a very similar book I read last year The Romanov Conspiracy by Glenn Meade which caused me some confusion until I realized they were two different books I gave that book five stars instead of four I liked it But this was still a good book that I devoured in two days I think I have read almost all of Steve Berry's novels now and I must say he is consistently good Unlike some other authors I read a lot Steve Berry is Dan Brown without Brown's nonsense


  8. Natasa Natasa says:

     This is a good read It’s fun with all the detail and history you expect from a Steve Berry thriller The pacing is excellent if not a little forced at times Overall it’s a great read and makes for a solid book


  9. Cameron Cameron says:

    Ekaterinburg Russia July 16 1918 Ten months have passed since Nicholas II’s reign was cut short by revolutionaries Tonight the White Army advances on the town where the Tsar and his family are being held captive by the Bolsheviks Nicholas dares to hope for salvation Instead the Romanovs are coldly and methodically executedMoscow Present Day Atlanta lawyer Miles Lord fluent in Russian and well versed in the country’s history is thrilled to be in Moscow on the eve of such a momentous event After the fall of Communism and a succession of weak governments the Russian people have voted to bring back the monarchy The new tsar will be chosen from the distant relatives of Nicholas II by a specially appointed commission and Miles’ job is to perform a background check on the Tsarist candidate favored by a powerful group of Western businessmen But research uickly becomes the least of Miles’ concerns when he is nearly killed by gunmen on a city plazaSuddenly Miles is racing across continents shadowed by nefarious henchmen At first his only uestion is why people are pursuing him But after a strange conversation with a mysterious Russian who steers Miles toward the writings of Rasputin he becomes desperate to know –most important what really happened to the family of Russia’s last tsar?His only companion is Akilina Petrov a Russian circus performer sympathetic to his struggle and his only guide is a cryptic message from Rasputin that implies that the bloody night of so long ago is not the last chapter in the Romanovs’ story and that someone might even have survived themassacre The prophecy’s implications are earth shattering–not only for the future of the tsar and mother Russia but also for Miles himselfI enjoyed this book it was interesting the mix of history and adventure


  10. Piyangie Piyangie says:

    This book is a stand alone novel by Steve Berry What grabbed my attention towards this book was the title Having always entertained a fascination for Russian history and knowing Berry's skill on good research I was very much interested in reading it As the case with all Berry books this too is a combination of history and fiction I enjoyed reading history although I feel he could have avoided the gruesome details on the massacre of the Imperial family I also enjoyed the story based on that history even though it is a little far fetched A good set of characters ranging from good to bad to worse were employed The standard Berry features uick pace suspense and adventure coupled with some additional Brownish trend to resort to clues and resolving puzzles made the reading all the engaging Overall a good and enjoyable read


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The Romanov Prophecy ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ The Romanov Prophecy By Steve Berry ✩ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Ekaterinburg Russia July 16 1918 Ten months have passed since Nicholas II’s reign was cut short by revolutionaries Tonight the White Army advances on the town where the Tsar and his family are being Ekaterinburg Russia July Ten months have passed since Nicholas II’s reign was cut short by revolutionaries Tonight the White Army advances on the town where the Tsar and his family are being held captive by the Bolsheviks Nicholas dares to hope for salvation Instead the Romanovs are coldly and methodically executedMoscow Present Day Atlanta lawyer Miles The Romanov PDF/EPUB or Lord fluent in Russian and well versed in the country’s history is thrilled to be in Moscow on the eve of such a momentous event After the fall of Communism and a succession of weak governments the Russian people have voted to bring back the monarchy The new tsar will be chosen from the distant relatives of Nicholas II by a specially appointed commission and Miles’ job is to perform a background check on the Tsarist candidate favored by a powerful group of Western businessmen But research uickly becomes the least of Miles’ concerns when he is nearly killed by gunmen on a city plazaSuddenly Miles is racing across continents shadowed by nefarious henchmen At first his only uestion is why people are pursuing him But after a strange conversation with a mysterious Russian who steers Miles toward the writings of Rasputin he becomes desperate to know –most important what really happened to the family of Russia’s last tsarHis only companion is Akilina Petrov a Russian circus performer sympathetic to his struggle and his only guide is a cryptic message from Rasputin that implies that the bloody night of so long ago is not the last chapter in the Romanovs’ story and that someone might even have survived the massacre The prophecy’s implications are earth shattering–not only for the future of the tsar and mother Russia but also for Miles himself.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 327 pages
  • The Romanov Prophecy
  • Steve Berry
  • English
  • 02 November 2016

10 thoughts on “The Romanov Prophecy

  1. Michelle S Michelle S says:

    Any ideas on why books aren't rated for languagecontent? Anyway the story line was interesting enough but I stopped reading the book because of the language Note to authors; F bombs really aren't necessary to add emphasis to a situation it just creates characters who lack the capacity to express themselves with any degree of intellegence

  2. Pam Pam says:

    I enjoyed reading friends on goodreads reviews I am also a Russian history nut and have traveled to St Petersburg and the Peter and Paul Fortress This was such a fast paced intriging book that I read it in a couple of days I think the mystery surrounding the missing children's bodys will never be solved So we have our wonderful imaginations to keep us interestedBy the way I found the Amber room not as exciting I have seen the real Amber room and and the privilege to speak with a Russian about its tragic history

  3. Ivana Books Are Magic Ivana Books Are Magic says:

    What I didn't like about this novel? Pretty much everything I disliked the writing style to put it mildly I couldn't relate to the characters and I found the plot extremely dull The whole thing seemed like a Hollywood blockbuster A very dull and crazy unrealistic Hollywood blockbuster I kept rolling my eyes Lord the protagonist pretends he doesn't speak Russian often for no particular reason and this magically saves his life all the time Nobody suspects he might indeed speak the language even after Lord repeatedly stresses that he is researching Russian history and the Romanov with the permission of the Russian government There is this scene where a corrupt police speaks on the phone about planning to kill Lorn in front of him and doesn't suspect Lord might understand him despite the fact that Lord told him ten seconds ago that he is in Russia to do the kind of work that demands at least elementary knowledge of Russian language Then Lord pushes him over and magically escapes from the police station we don't learn how into the street easily mingling with other people and disappearing despite the fact that the whole novel stresses the fact how Lord stands out everywhere because he is in fact African American That makes no sense Nothing makes any sense I'm afraidThe protagonist of this book is as I said an African American man I'm going to take a wild guess and say that the author of this book is white Did he make Lord black only to win some politically correct points? I can't say for sure and I certainly can't speak for African American community but I did cringe a few times Yes I had some issues with the way Lord was being described and not just the odd Uncle Sam references that felt a bit racist There was also that time when Lord's skin is being compared to a river and it came of as offensive to me even if it was done by a woman that was supposed to be attracted to him? And what is with saying that all Russian have yellowish skin? I found that offensive as well There were other things I found offensive but it would take me forever to list them all so I'll just stop myself here I feel like I actually lost I points reading this novel It is a shame because it could have been a good thriller I mean the premise is pretty interesting isn't it? But the book was such a disappointment To conclude The Romanov Prophecy is one of the worst thrillers and books in general that I have ever read I can't believe I actually bought it I think I'll even have to insert sad face emoticons something I don't usually do but here it goes

  4. Nikki Nikki says:

    Didn't really like this book at all The only reason I kept reading was because I found some of the story that was actually about the Romanovs fairly interesting If a book has either the Romanovs Cesare Borgia ancient GreeceRome or Arthurian legend chances areI'll like it So it is saying a lot that I didn't like this book If you like formulaic conspiracy books a la Da Vinci Code it is possible you might like it But I hate those kinds of books Small people caught up in something bigger than them always a man and a woman and some pathetic attempt at sexual tension people out to kill them to keep the secret old pretentious men who give unrealistic monologues full of information that they have spent their entire lives doing nothing but researching following ridiculous clues around the world and always ending up successful with dues ex machina moments in which the characters learn all the historical information is contrary to the facts that most people believe and cause all the pieces of the puzzle to neatly fall into place Sorry if I ruined the book and every other conspiracy book out there for you ; You start right in the middle of the action I get the purpose of this to bring the reader in but I had absolutely no connection to the character and that feeling continued throughout the book Things about the lives of the characters I guess to help you relate? unsuccessful are thrown in via the characters thoughts and are forced and so loosely related to what is happening in the story that you wonder why the character would have chosen that particular moment to think about it Or any moment at all since the back stories are not relevant to the story and are very poor attempts at character developmentIt was also a little hard to relate to Russia electing to turn back into a tsarist nationSo That's that

  5. Mandy Mandy says:

    I choose this book to read because it was about the Romanovs There was brief time in my life where I was interested in the last czar's family so the title caught my eye I'm still interested in the topic just not to the same degree The action never stops in this book I think that's something that appeals to lots of readers I don't always like the fast pace but I have to admit it does encourage you to continue reading Even though I've done my own research into the Romanovs I have no idea how historically accurate the story was And it's been some time since I read it anyway But there was nothing that stuck out like a red thumb to me so I'd say the author did his research If the story is good enough I can forgive some historical inaccuracies Of course there are some blatant ones given that a lot of historians believe none of the family survived but damn it makes a good story to ignore that fact

  6. Amber Amber says:

    This was a fantastical what if story that really kept the pages turning uickly I love that Steve Berry incorporates a lot of factual history and traditions into his storylines He is a uality writer with a keen imagination I still feel sorry for the Tsar and his family every time I read an account about thier last days in the House of Special Purpose

  7. Ned Ned says:

    I continue my illogical and inexplicable fascination with Russian history with this historical novel based on The Romanov dynasty In the last decade I have read dozens of books novels and historical texts about Russia and the Soviet Union with a bizarre emphasis on the early secretive Soviet Space program I have no clue how I developed this passion This is one of Steve Berry's early novels His writing has since improved but the story here is uite good once you cut him some slack about an unlikely premise a prophecy by Rasputin that for some reason must be followed to the letter almost 100 years later Like his other books I have read this is a novel based on some good and fascinating history The Romanovs and the execution of the entire royal family There is a very similar book I read last year The Romanov Conspiracy by Glenn Meade which caused me some confusion until I realized they were two different books I gave that book five stars instead of four I liked it But this was still a good book that I devoured in two days I think I have read almost all of Steve Berry's novels now and I must say he is consistently good Unlike some other authors I read a lot Steve Berry is Dan Brown without Brown's nonsense

  8. Natasa Natasa says:

     This is a good read It’s fun with all the detail and history you expect from a Steve Berry thriller The pacing is excellent if not a little forced at times Overall it’s a great read and makes for a solid book

  9. Cameron Cameron says:

    Ekaterinburg Russia July 16 1918 Ten months have passed since Nicholas II’s reign was cut short by revolutionaries Tonight the White Army advances on the town where the Tsar and his family are being held captive by the Bolsheviks Nicholas dares to hope for salvation Instead the Romanovs are coldly and methodically executedMoscow Present Day Atlanta lawyer Miles Lord fluent in Russian and well versed in the country’s history is thrilled to be in Moscow on the eve of such a momentous event After the fall of Communism and a succession of weak governments the Russian people have voted to bring back the monarchy The new tsar will be chosen from the distant relatives of Nicholas II by a specially appointed commission and Miles’ job is to perform a background check on the Tsarist candidate favored by a powerful group of Western businessmen But research uickly becomes the least of Miles’ concerns when he is nearly killed by gunmen on a city plazaSuddenly Miles is racing across continents shadowed by nefarious henchmen At first his only uestion is why people are pursuing him But after a strange conversation with a mysterious Russian who steers Miles toward the writings of Rasputin he becomes desperate to know –most important what really happened to the family of Russia’s last tsar?His only companion is Akilina Petrov a Russian circus performer sympathetic to his struggle and his only guide is a cryptic message from Rasputin that implies that the bloody night of so long ago is not the last chapter in the Romanovs’ story and that someone might even have survived themassacre The prophecy’s implications are earth shattering–not only for the future of the tsar and mother Russia but also for Miles himselfI enjoyed this book it was interesting the mix of history and adventure

  10. Piyangie Piyangie says:

    This book is a stand alone novel by Steve Berry What grabbed my attention towards this book was the title Having always entertained a fascination for Russian history and knowing Berry's skill on good research I was very much interested in reading it As the case with all Berry books this too is a combination of history and fiction I enjoyed reading history although I feel he could have avoided the gruesome details on the massacre of the Imperial family I also enjoyed the story based on that history even though it is a little far fetched A good set of characters ranging from good to bad to worse were employed The standard Berry features uick pace suspense and adventure coupled with some additional Brownish trend to resort to clues and resolving puzzles made the reading all the engaging Overall a good and enjoyable read

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