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    Brilliant

    Couldnt leave it alone. I learnt so much and it made me cry. mainly a true story
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    Poland history at its best, a must read

    Enjoyed the storyvery much and the history of the people that I was totally unaware of. I was very disappointed when it came to an end!
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    The Polish "Gone With The Wind"

    Dzień dobry! I just want to let you know I am a bit prejudiced because of my Polish heritage. I read the book on recommendations from my wife (she’s Polish too) based on reviews she read. I did a little research myself and found the book to be based on the diary of a Polish noblewoman including the historical facts of the period (1790-1835). It sounded interesting so I decided to go for it. I also thought it might be a nice supplement to Michener’s “Poland” and it was. Did I enjoy the book? Yes I did. I think the best way to describe this over 4000-page diary is to say it is “The Gone With The Wind of Poland”. I’m an avid fan of historical fiction and this novel did a very good job of providing the factual information of the time. I also thought the author did a wonderful job of detailing the non-historical storyline of the issues concerning the characters in the novel. The fiction and the history flowed together very nicely. If there is a major negative it is repetition. The author repeats some aspects in the novel and repetition isn’t necessary if you read all three books in sequence from start to finish. For example, Napoleon’s winter retreat is referenced a number of times and the dialogue for each reference is very similar. I think this would be a great read for someone interested in Poland and this time period. The book details the sufferings the Polish people had to endure and their unending quest for independence. Dziękuję.
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    The Poland Trilogy

    Loved all 3 books. I never wanted to put it down.
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    Onderhoudend lees voer

    Familie verhaal rond een op waarheid gebaseerde geschiedenis. Leest fantastisch,
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