Dreaming Anastasia

Dreaming Anastasia

A Novel of Love, Magic, and the Power of Dreams

eBook - 2009
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What really happened to Anastasia Romanov?
Publisher: Naperville : Sourcebooks, Inc., 2009
ISBN: 9781402244407
Branch Call Number: 813.6 Pr
Description: 1 online resource (322 pages)
Additional Contributors: Freading (Firm)


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sarahbru17 Jul 06, 2017

Characters: 5/10
Plot: 9/10
Writing: 7/10
I ripped through this book in a day, but was left wanting. The plot is fascinating; I love the use of the Baba Yaga and Russian folklore to beef up this story. I thought it was creatively thought-out, and it kept suspense going throughout. I was bummed with the ending, though, so I didn't have that sense of satisfaction upon the conclusion. The POV shifts were jarring. At times it was reminiscent of Twilight with the whole perpetual 18-year-old thing. Some technical pickiness: sometimes she included accessory details that really weren’t interesting (ie: what Anne was eating or wearing). I’m not particularly attached to any given character—they fit a lot of the standard YA archetypes (dark broody love interest, sassy BFF, wise old man, clueless main character). I don’t have any particularly strong feelings about it, even though it was decently intriguing.

Chapel_Hill_KatieJ Nov 03, 2015

Anne is a high school student in 21st century Chicago who has a series of dreams involving the Romanov Grand Duchess Anastasia and the Russian witch Baba Yaga. She is approached by Ethan who tells her she is the girl from a prophecy who can free Anastasia who has been imprisoned by Baba Yaga since her family’s execution. The mixing of history, folklore, and high school angst makes for a bizarre story.

LoganLib_Ashlee Jan 23, 2015

Another twist on the Anastasia Romanov families fate. An excellent read!

booklady413 Sep 02, 2014

Romance history and intrigue are the elements of this retelling of Baba Yaga tale. Anastasia, daughter of the Romanov czar is being held captive in Baba Yaga's hut in the woods, and it's up to Anne, a teenager in present day Chicago to rescue her with the help of a stranger. He appears to be eighteen years of age through magic, but is really almost 100 years old!

wenitallfails Jun 18, 2012

An awesome book. From all points of views. It was great!


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