Awarded two stars on Goodreads, but let’s be generous and call it 2.5.
In the third volume of Evelyn Anthony’s Romanov trilogy, it’s a face-off between Czar Alexander I and Napoleon over control of Europe. Lots of politics and battles and some interesting insights into the Romanov family, including a glimpse into the strange relationship between Alexander and his beautiful and power-hungry sister, Catherine Pavlovna.
Not Anthony’s best historical novel but well worth the time if you’re as interested in Russian history as I am.
More about the British author, Evelyn Anthony (1926-2018).
You may be interested in my review of the third book in this series, Curse Not The King.
Or another historical novel by Anthony, Elizabeth: A Novel of Elizabeth I.