Paullina Simons Message Board

Elli posts on 12/10/2009 12:25:25 AM l've read the Bronze Horseman Trilogies twice so far and l still can't get enough of them. What can l say l'm a hopeless romantic. If they ever make a movie out of this l highly recommend that Paul Telfer play Alexander (Shura)
sei posts on 11/18/2009 12:33:58 AM This is the most romantic book. I fell in love with Alexander like nothing before hahaha...I really recommend it! hopefully they make a movie and cast Steven Strait!
anon. posts on 10/23/2009 6:30:21 AM I have read all of the Tatiana and Shura books - they are really good. I read them so many times and the books never disappoint. I would really like to see a movie based on the books!

Ibrahim Hajj posts on 10/2/2009 3:45:21 AM I just finished reading the Bridge to Holy Cross. I enjoyed it so much so I am getting another one of your books soon. Cheers, Ibrahim
Anonymous posts on 9/9/2009 7:07:31 AM Wow. I have just finished Road to Paradise and have concluded that this is my favourite book i have ever read. I still am at school (form 3) and from New Zealand but am truly touched by this amazing story crossing America! This book has opened my eyes to realise so much things and made me cry. I recommend this book to anybody who loves a good read. I'd just like to say THANK YOU PAULLINA SIMONS! You are an amazing author and I'm extremely excited to read all your other books.
Lynda posts on 1/23/2009 10:30:32 PM The Bronze Horseman--I read the book in 5 day's--I cryed so much--I have never read a book so good in my life--Can't wait to get the rest of them--I love Tatiana and Shura they feel like there a part of me now--Thank you for your special love for us all.
Linda posts on 6/30/2008 6:42:35 AM i have read these books 4 times each and will keep reading. i fell in love with the characters and now alex and tatiana are a part of my life. i refer everything in everyday life to alex and tatiana. i named my 1yr old daughter tatiana from the novel. thank you paullina for the best books i have ever read.
Anonymous posts on 10/9/2007 4:46:52 PM Recherche la date de sortie du tome 3 de tatiana et alexandre "Le jardin d'été" en France et chez quelle édition?? Merci d'avance si vous pouvez me renseigner
Nanna posts on 10/5/2007 11:42:52 AM Hi. I am 15 years old, and I'm from Denmark. I have read the first book and I am reading the second book right now. I borrowed them from my grnamother, but she can't find the two last ones. I have never read a better book, it takes you back to the world war and it makes you feel so many things. i have never cried over a book, but with this one you can't help it. I picture Tanja and Aleksander at me, and it feels like you're standing right next to them when this happens. Their history is full of sorrow, love, hope and happiness, and when I read about all the people in Tanjas family who dies, I had trears in my eyes. when Tanja and Aleksander meet again I felt.. I don't know.. somethig in my heart. It's almost unbelievable, that a book can do this to you, but it could to me, and i cant help myself walking around thinking of Tatja and Sjura. I really love this book (books), and I hope, that someday, there will be a movie. The best book ever!Paullina Simons makes you keep on reading; when you've started the book, you can't put it away, and you can't stop thinking about their destiny.
Min posts on 8/30/2007 6:16:51 AM I awaited the Summer Garden with great anticipation and wasn't disappointed. Love them or hate them Paullina's characters are always so compelling that you can't help but care about their destinies. Once more I had to buy extra tissues (that's English for Kleenex.) She makes you cry with sorrow, relief, happiness and often a mixture of all of these. Tatiana and Alexander are as complex as anyone else you may know. Their story is multi-faceted and multi-layered. The story of their struggle to attempt to rebuild their lives is emotionally draining at times but ultimately extremely satisfying. As with the previous two books in this trilogy I found that the story was so engrossing that I read too quickly to fully appreciate all of the subtle nuances and I had to skim over some of the military references - I was disappointed to find out how ignorant I am about the war in Vietnam, for example. However, as soon as I finished reading and allowed myself a little emotional R&R I started to re-read a little more carefully. Thankyou, Paullina.
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