Publisher: Fig Tree
Pages no: 330
Edition language: English
Series: The Siege (#2)
Excellent sequel to The Siege. I have vague memories of that book but the hints in this one were enough to jog my memory.
Book at Bedtime R4. Yet again, the more I want to engage with a book the more it fails to live up to expectations. Such a shallow premise here.blurb - In her latest novel, The Betrayal, Helen Dunmore returns to the Soviet Union, and to the city of Leningrad whose history she so powerfully evoked in ...
Not as good as the siege, although it was well written, I just couldn't believe the naivety of the main characters, it pissed me off that a couple who had survived the purges and the siege of Leningrad should suddenly fall prey to the system - why oh why didn't they just ask for him to get a second ...
Having read Helen DunmoreThe Siege I had her sequel on my shelf for a very long time and decided it was time to read it. I wasn’t blown away by the The Siege but still was intrigued by the blurb of The Betrayal and decided to read it, but this novel is also a bit flat and dull.Set in Leningrad in 1...