Rot Wie Blut - Weiss Wie Schnee



Rot Wie Blut - Weiss Wie Schnee Russland, schon allein das Wort bt auf den jungen Arthur Ransome eine ungeheure Faszination aus Also macht er sich auf den Weg und erlebt hautnah die Bolschewiki, die Ermordung der Romanows und die Geburtsstunde der Sowjetrepublik In diesem ganzen Durcheinander verliebt Arthur sich in Evgenia, die Sekret rin eines m chtigen Politikers In einer Atmosph re, in der jeder jedem misstraut, finden die beiden Menschen, die sich ganz und gar vertrauen, einen Weg zur gemeinsamen Flucht Haben etwa die Juwelen, die in Trotzkis Arbeitszimmer verwahrt wurden und f r den revolution ren Kampf im Westen eingesetzt werden sollten, bei der Ausreise geholfen Free Read [ Rot Wie Blut - Weiss Wie Schnee ] by [ Marcus Sedgwick ] – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 361 pages
  • Rot Wie Blut - Weiss Wie Schnee
  • Marcus Sedgwick
  • German
  • 10 March 2018
  • 3423623934

12 thoughts on “Rot Wie Blut - Weiss Wie Schnee

  1. Emily May says:

    Stories twist and turn and grow and meet and give birth to other stories Here and there, one story touches another, and a familiar character, sometimes the hero, walks over the bridge from one story into anotherI think we need to clear some things up about this book.This is just my theory, but I m pretty sure something like this happened Due to the popularity of fairy tales and retellings in American YA, publishers have been scouting out the next bestseller both among upcoming manuscripStories twist and turn and grow and meet and give birth to other stories Here and there, one story touches another, and a familiar character, sometimes the hero, walks over the bridge from one story into anotherI think we need to clear some things up about this book.This is just my theory, but I m pretty sure something like this happened Due to the popularity of fairy tales and retellings in American YA, publishers have been scouting out the next bestseller both among upcoming manuscripts AND in books already published They found this book, which is written with certain fairy tale elements, and they rebranded the hell out of it for the market.Look at that gorgeous cover And that title How easy it was to turn...

  2. Jaidee says:

    5 charming, disarming, sweeping, romantic stars 10th Favorite Read of 2017 tie This is one unique and delightful read This semi fictional book is about Arthur Ransome an author and journalist who was one of Britain s first spies and possible double agents with the Bolsheviks This is also a love story of his deep feelings and bravery in the rescuing of the beautiful Evgeniya who also happened to be Trotsky s secretary In the background we have his yearning for his estranged daughter 5 charming, disarming, sweeping, romantic stars 10th Favorite Read of 2017 tie This is one unique and delightful read This semi fictional book is about Arthur Ransome an author and journalist who was one of Britain s first spies and possible double agents with the Bolsheviks This is also a love story of his deep feelings and bravery in the rescuing of the beautiful Evgeniya who also happened to be Trotsky s secretary In the background we have his yearning for his estranged daughter Tabitha and his love of writing children s fairy tales and adventure stories The prose is simple yet stylized Some of it was written in fairy tale form, other parts were like a simplified Le Carre novel and other parts were like a romantic melodrama This mish mash worked so well and I was transported to England, to Sweden, to Russia, to Estonia ...

  3. Alyssa says:

    Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Blood Red Snow White by Marcus SedgwickPublisher Roaring Brook PressPublication Date October 25, 2016Rating 4 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from Goodreads Russia wakes from a long sleep and marches to St Petersburg to claim her birthright Her awakening will mark the end for the Romanovs, and the dawn of a new era that changed the world Arthur Ransome, a journalist and writer, was part of it all He left his family in England a Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Blood Red Snow White by Marcus SedgwickPublisher Roaring Brook PressPublication Date October 25, 2016Rating 4 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from Goodreads Russia wakes from a long sleep and marches to St Petersburg to claim her birthright Her awakening will mark the end for the Romanovs, and the dawn of a new era that changed the world Arthur Ransome, a journalist and writer, was part of it all He left his family in England and fell in love with Russia and a Russian woman This is his story.What I Liked I actually didn t know much about this book before reading it I requested it but I admit, it was because of the cover, and the author s name I ve not read anything by Sedgwick, but I ve heard of him...

  4. Elise (TheBookishActress) says:

    Blood Red Snow White is a book about Communist Russia, but above all, a book about ideological hatred It is a book about how despising all communists and all British is always the wrong idea people are people above all else It s an important message and important story, but somehow, I just ended underwhelmed Let s talk about why Perhaps my biggest problem is missed expectations the creativity and pull of the story is just not on par Sedgwick s books get their power from being different f Blood Red Snow White is a book about Communist Russia, but above all, a book about ideological hatred It is a book about how despising all communists and all British is always the wrong idea people are people above all else It s an important message and important story, but somehow, I just ended underwhelmed Let s talk about why Perhaps my biggest problem is missed expectations the creativity and pull of the story is just not on par Sedgwick s books get their power from being different from being non linear and focusing on subversive or different elements But this book focuses on a reporter working and loving in communist Russia With linear storytelling And that s essentially all there is to it It starts off with a great fairytale element, but that storytelling element quickly disappears, leaving a somewh...

  5. Megan • Reading Books Like a Boss (book blog) says:

    BLOOD RED SNOW WHITE is a set of three short stories and a fictionalized account of author Arthur Randsome s time in Russia during Russian Revolution Sedgwick brings readers on a thrilling journey, detailing both sides of war between the Red and the White I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this book The writing is quite beautiful in parts, especially in A Russian Fairy Tale Once upon a time beyond the sunrise, halfway to the moon, and so very far away it would make your feet weep to th BLOOD RED SNOW WHITE is a set of three short stories and a fictionalized account of author Arthur Randsome s time in Russia during Russian Revolution Sedgwick brings readers on a thrilling journey, detailing both sides of war between the Red and the White I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this book The writing is quite beautiful in parts, especially in A Russian Fairy Tale Once upon a time beyond the sunrise, halfway to the moon, and so very far away it would make your feet weep to think about it, lies a land vast in size and deep in sadness From where we sit, on the far edge of history, we can see across Time itself, and yet this land is so big we struggle to see all of it at once These opening lines of A Russian Fairy Tale transported me right into twentieth century Russia where tsars ruled the land and lived in magical palaces It written very simply, like an ac...

  6. Olivia-Savannah Roach says:

    I was highly anticipating Blood Red, Snow White because it was going to be the first Sedgwick novel that I d ever read He is an author I am constantly hearing about, so I was very excited to read this book And although I did enjoy it, I didn t love it as much as I truly wanted to.This novel is told in a fairytale writing style In the beginning, I was in awe of it I thought it added a sense of magic to the entire story, and it worked well with the symbolism that was in place for the Russian R I was highly anticipating Blood Red, Snow White because it was going to be the first Sedgwick novel that I d ever read He is an author I am constantly hearing about, so I was very excited to read this book And although I did enjoy it, I didn t love it as much as I truly wanted to.This novel is told in a fairytale writing style In the beginning, I was in awe of it I thought it added a sense of magic to the entire story, and it worked well with the symbolism that was in place for the Russian Revolution But as the whole novel continued on, this writing style seemed a little annoying, and the too short chapters became frustrating I just wanted it to be written a normal writing style...

  7. Kelly says:

    3.5 starsI m on a bit of a Russian Revolution kick, spurred by The Gentleman in Moscow Blood Red, Snow White was a beautiful way to follow up and to enhance my understanding of yet another piece of the Bolshevik puzzle This book is beautifully written I have not read any of Marcus Sedgwick s previous work, but I thought that the opening chapters were dreamily penned, compellingly told, and beautifully rendered The imagery particularly of the slumbering bear in the forest rousing to a war cr 3.5 starsI m on a bit of a Russian Revolution kick, spurred by The Gentleman in Moscow Blood Red, Snow White was a beautiful way to follow up and to enhance my understanding of yet another piece of the Bolshevik puzzle This book is beautifully written I have not read any of Marcus Sedgwick s previous work, but I thought that the opening chapters were dreamily penned, compellingly told, and beautifully rendered The imagery particularly of the slumbering bear in the forest rousing to a war cry against the Tsar was gorgeous and powerful.Yet, for all its beauty, the book is confusingly told in back and forth moments in ...

  8. Amy says:

    Wow I have to say that this was one of the best historical fictions that I have ever read The author is absolutely fantastic in the way that he manages to weave such a gripping story while still making it completely historically accurate I loved the style of writing as well and the way it changed, as though the narrator was speaking right out of the book and reading it to me, in the first third of the book, but then the style was slowly altered until the story was being told from Arthur Ranso Wow I have to say that this was one of the best historical fictions that I have ever read The author is absolutely fantastic in the way that he manages to weave such a gripping story while still making it completely historically accurate I loved the style of writing as well and the way it changed, as though the narrator was speaking right out of the book and reading it to me, in the first third of the book, but then the style was slowly altered until the story was being told from Arthur Ransom s point of view I have to say that although I was thoroughly impressed, I also got a bit bored closer to the end of the book It seemed as though it had lost its sparkle and was dragging on a little It soon righted itself though By the final few pages, I was completely hooked again and couldn t put it down I absolutely loved this book, but that might just be because I am a complete history nerd I loved the ...

  9. Rosianna says:

    Sedgwick s authorial voice is nothing short of sensational, the fairytale quality running under his retelling the bloody Russian Revolutions through the eyes of Arthur Ransome The novel is split into three parts, and Sedgwick jumps between stories until they lace into one another and never once lose pace or connection with the reader It is an exceptional piece of writing, and reminded me strongly of other quasi factual works such as The General in his Labyrinth, The Red Necklace and The Book T Sedgwick s authorial voice is nothing short of sensational, the fairytale quality running under his retelling the bloody Russian Revolutions through the eyes of Arthur Ransome The novel is split into three parts, and Sedgwick jumps between stories until they lace into one another and never once lose pace or connection with the reader It is an exceptional piece of writing, and reminded me stron...

  10. Brittany (Brittany& says:

    DNF at 25% my standard policy for DNFing a book.While I enjoyed the writing style and the premise, it didn t hold my attention In the beginning, it seemed as if the reader was going to get a Russian fairy tale but it s less fairy tale andof a Russian history lesson I kept waiting for the story to take off but up to the point that I read, it didn t I found the characters, the ones not based on real people, to be confusing and superfluous Maybe I ll try again at a different time but for DNF at 25% my standard policy for DNFing a book.While I enjoyed the writing style and the premise, it didn t hold my attention In the beginning, it seemed as if the reader was going to get a Russian fairy tale but it s less fairy tale andof a Russian history lesson I kept waiting for the story to take off but up to the point that I read, it didn t I found the characters, the ones not based on real pe...

  11. Shannon (It Starts At Midnight) says:

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This book was such a gem It s historical fiction, yes, but so much of it is just plain authentically historical, with some fictional bits So if you are going into this expecting a fairytale, this isn t one In fact, the protagonist is a real person , an author in fact But the fictional and fairytale bits brought the story together so well for me, and made it so appealing The story is You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This book was such a gem It s historical fiction, yes, but so much of it is just plain authentically historical, with some fictional bits So if you are going into this expecting a fairytale, this isn t one In fact, the protagonist is a real person , an author in fact But the fictional and fairytale bits brought the story together so well for me, and made it so appealing The story is set primarily in Russia, in a time of tremendous upheaval, not only in Rus...

  12. Sabrina says:

    Checkout my full review giveaway on my blog was a tough book to get through I normally love historical fiction but this one was hard to get through I ll admit, I solely requested this book just for the cover It s great right I enjoyed the 3 novellas that made up the story, the first one being my favorite Each gives an insight of Russia during the Russian Revolution told by different perspectives I thought this book would beabout Russian f Checkout my full review giveaway on my blog was a tough book to get through I normally love historical fiction but this one was hard to get through I ll admit, I solely requested this book just for the cover It s great right I enjoyed the 3 novellas that made up the story, the first one being my favorite Each gives an insight of Russia during the Russian Revolution told by different perspectives I thought this book would beabout Russian...

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