The People's Act of Love: A Novel
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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Review: The People's Act of LoveUser Review - Stephanie - Goodreads
I picked up The People's Act Of Love in a charity shop expecting a probable three star read and was happily surprised to absolutely love the book! Although it is set in Siberia, this is my eighth ... Read full review
Review: The People's Act of LoveUser Review - Janice - Goodreads
The 'People's Act of Love' takes place in Siberia around the time of the Russian revolution and the fall of the Tsar. Religious extremists who believe in castration as a way to become angels, a ... Read full review