The People's Act of Love

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Grove/Atlantic, Inc., Dec 1, 2007 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Set in a time of great social upheaval, warfare, and terrorism, and against a stark, lawless Siberia at the end of the Russian Revolution, The People’s Act of Love portrays the fragile coexistence of a beautiful, independent mother raising her son alone, a megalomaniac Czech captain and his restless regiment, and a mystical separatist Christian sect. When a mysterious, charismatic stranger trudges into their snowy village with a frighteningly outlandish story to tell, its balance is shaken to the core.


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Meek is an excellent writer. - Goodreads
Also, the writing became ponderous and "idea-oriented." - Goodreads
Overall though--very intriguing plot. - Goodreads
The writing wasn't so wonderful, unfortunately. - Goodreads
Wow. This book blew me away with its prose and scope. - Goodreads
I found the story telling to be masterful. - Goodreads

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Superb storytelling! Absolutely brilliant! Read full review

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User Review  - Jess Murray - Goodreads

Beautiful and heart breaking story about war torn russia during the revolution, with a backdrop of deep character development that is written extremely well. Read full review

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