Sonya's War

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Leo Tolstoy’s last days: The world watches as Russia’s most famous writer escapes his wife. Sonya’s War tells it all. More

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Words: 16,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9780986781605
About Iva Polansky

Iva Polansky was born in Prague and is now living in Calgary, Canada. Iva is a member of the Historical Fiction Authors Cooperative. We offer quality historical fiction books by independent authors. Visit our website:
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Review by: Robert Davidson on Dec. 03, 2010 :
Sonya’s War describes the somewhat tempestuous relationship between Tolstoy and his wife during the latter part of his life. It effortlessly captures the mercurial Sonya’s frustration at the perceived duplicity exercised by those around her and her sense of impending loss. It is sensitively written and charts the passage of the tragic events as they happen. A seriously, worthwhile read. Robert Davidson. The Tuzla Run
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: M. Louisa Locke on Dec. 02, 2010 :
I highly recommend Sonya’s War, which is a delightful screenplay that tells the fascinating story of the stormy relationship between Leo Tolstoy and his wife Sonya in the last year of Tolstoy’s life. I was swept up in battle between Sonya, who was desperate to hold onto her influence over her husband and his work, and those men and women who believed that Tolstoy and his work belonged to the people. I was quickly caught up in the intrigue and conflict, and Polansky did a marvelous job of portraying Sonya’s acts of manipulation and imbalanced mental state, yet creating great sympathy for a woman who has lost control of everything she holds dear.
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