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Paperback Passage into Light (The Russians) Book

ISBN: 1556618697

ISBN13: 9781556618697

Passage into Light (The Russians)

(Book #7 in the The Russians Series)

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Book Overview

Living in Russia in 1917, Anna Fedorcenko's sons, Andrei and Yuri, find themselves caught up in the chaos sweeping through the country.

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4 ratings

Well done series

What an excellent series! I wish there was another book depicting the lives of those in America and also what it was like to live in Communist Russia. I have fallen in love with the characters. What a sad,joyful, and thought provoking series. Now I want to delve deeper into Russian history to learn more.

Do we have to say goodbye?

Although I consider having read all seven of the books in The Russians series a great accomplishment (and a very enjoyable one) I became so attached to Anna and the other characters that I was actually saddened when I finished this, the final book.The series has given me a love for historical fiction and knowledge of many details in Russian history. Pella has done a wonderful job and I have never been disappointed by any of her works.

Classic, but I miss Phillips

I read the first three books in this series when I was 14 years old. I can't begin to explain the agony the third book put me through. I had compard the first two to a fairytale, and with the last came the reality as the real world crept into view...bringing tragedy and pain.I find that the author(s) of these stories manage to twist their way into my gut like very few others have been able to do. If you are ready to being what will initially appear as light "pleasure" reading, but what will also stretch you heart to it's boundaries, try the series. And please, read them in order.

fantastic! Judith Pella really keeps you in suspense

I love this book!I have read the first six of the series, "The Russians" and there has not been one dull moment. Judith Pella does an incredible job of describing the characters and their feelings so well that you feel like you know them personally. This book really ties up a lot of loose ends; some sad ends and others are very joyful. But even the sads ones are just perfect because it helps give a realistic image of what live was like at the turn of the century in Russia. I would highly reccomend this to anyone!
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