A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles – Book Review

It is 1922 in post-revolutionary Russia as a Bolshevik tribunal finds an unrepentant Count Alexander Rostov guilty of treasonous writing and corruption. He is sentenced to indefinite house arrest in the Metropol, a grand hotel in Moscow near the Kremlin. Despite his cramped living conditions in a tiny attic room, he remains in good spirits ...
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Jenni van Wageningen

Jenni van Wageningen

Jenni is a retired school librarian with an interest in history – in recent times she has run a book club. She is a member at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Adelaide.