The Countess of the Revolution

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‘Everything I love about historical fiction and more.’ Reader review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Russia, 1917

Petrograd is on the eve of revolution. For Countess Sophia Orlova, the city of her childhood – the only home she has ever known – has become her deadly enemy. The mob are ready to get rid of anyone connected to the old regime, including Sophia.

When rebels threaten to shoot Sophia and her husband, they are saved by Nikolai, a fervent supporter of the revolution. Determined to help Nikolai’s cause, Sophia sets up a hospital wing in the house, nursing injured victims by his side.

Her kindness has captured Nikolai’s heart, but their burgeoning romance is forbidden. With battle lines drawn between the new and the old, both their lives are in danger…

Will their love be strong enough to overcome the horrors of war?

From the bestselling author of Sisters of War comes a heart-wrenching novel of lovers trapped on the opposite sides of a terrifying political conflict, loss, and sacrifice.

Readers LOVE The Countess of the Revolution!

‘This is the best book I’ve read in ages. I absolutely loved it. It is brilliantly researched and very well written.’ Reader review, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

‘This book was well written with a captivating stroyline and well-developed characters. It was everything I love about historical fiction and more.’ Reader review,⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

‘I absolutely loved this book. The plot, the characters, the writing are so compelling. I really did find this such a page turner and enjoyed it very much. Right up there with the best books I’ve read this year, it is so much more than a love story. Fantastic.’ Reader review,⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

‘This is an excellent read. It pictures what it is like living as a civilian during war so mirrors the conflicts and choices for thousands caught up in a disastrous strife. Thoroughly recommended.’ Reader review,⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

About the author

LANA KORTCHIK grew up in two opposite corners of the Soviet Union – a snow-white Siberian town and the golden-domed Ukrainian capital. At the age of sixteen, she moved to Australia with her mother. Lana and her family live on the Central Coast of NSW, where it never snows and is always summer-warm, even in winter. She loves books, martial arts, the ocean and Napoleonic history. Her short stories have appeared in many magazines and anthologies. She is the author of the USA Today bestselling Sisters of War.

Fiction & Literature
September 15
HQ Digital

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