The Weeping and the Laughter

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1988 - Fiction - 381 pages
5 Reviews
In a colorful saga set against the broad sweep of history and the many figures that people it, the Korolev family flees the chaos of the Russian Revolution and settles in France, where they live and love under the shadow of a new war

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Review: The Weeping and the Laughter

User Review  - Razvan Banciu - Goodreads

not a bad book, although destined mostly for ladies. intersting facts, some pieces of history almost made me give four stars. but too many coincidences, some pathetism mostly around Rudy's story and my dislike about Nicky's behaviour against Major Ullmann have reduced them to three. Read full review

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User Review  - Donna Boultwood - Goodreads

Not my favourite Noel Barber, but still a good story. Read full review

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Noel Barber is the author of six bestselling novels that draw upon his experience as a foreign correspondent from the 1940s to the 1960s, including "The Black Hole of Calcutta," "The Other Side of Paradise," and" A Woman of Cairo," He died in 1988.

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