Thirteen Years Later: (The Danilov Quintet 2)
Aleksandr made a silent promise to the Lord. God would deliver him - would deliver Russia - and he would make Russia into the country that the Almighty wanted it to be. He would be delivered from the destruction that wasteth at noonday, and from the pestilence that walketh in darkness - the terror by night...
1825, and Russia has been at peace for a decade. Bonaparte is long dead and the threat of invasion is no more. For Colonel Aleksei Ivanovich Danilov, life is calm. The French have been defeated, as have the twelve monstrous creatures he once fought alongside - and then against - all those years before. His duty is still to his tsar, Aleksandr the First, but today the enemy is merely human.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - erikschreppel - LibraryThing
Not as good as the first book in this series. And quite difficult to believe some characters and plot devices. Probably won't continue to read this series. Read full review
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Jasper Kent has managed to weave a tail around one of the main historical points in Russian history. It is extremely well done and well researched from the historical perspective, and it is becoming ... Read full review