The Kitchen Boy by Robert Alexander

Kitchen Boy by Robert AlexanderTitle: The Kitchen Boy

Author: Robert Alexander

Call #: ALE

In this historical fiction, 94-year-old Mikhail Semyanov recounts the final days of Tsar Nicholas and the royal family in the “House of Special Purpose”, where Mikhail was known as Leonka, the Romanovs’ young kitchen boy, and the only surviving witness to the executions. Alexander’s novel contains many interesting historical facts about the Romanovs and the Bolshevik Revolution, an element of mystery, and a surprising ending.

Recommended by: Sharon

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One response to “The Kitchen Boy by Robert Alexander

  1. This book was so confusing and pointless. It’s not even real. I got so mad when I was trying to read it because it was so boring I could only read ten pages an hour. UGH. I just can’t even explain.

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