[The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli


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    CHARACTERS The Removes Tatjana Soli ´ 1 REVIEW [The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli 45 starsDanger knows full well that Custer is dangerous then heI love books which not only educate me but also evoke feeling and leave me thinking about them for long after I have finished reading This was one of those books Yes this book is about General George Armstrong Custer aka Autie and ultimately his la

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    [The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli This is the 4th novel I’ve read by Tatjana Soli I absolutely love her books“The Lotus Eaters” was an extraordinary debut that resolved around three characters who were affected by the Vietnam War“The Forgetting Tree” takes

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    [The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli SUMMARY ☆ PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO ´ Tatjana Soli By the very nature of the slice of American history 1863 1876 depicted in this novel violence and death and abuse and brutal treatment permea

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    [The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli While I enjoy historical fiction it’s not often that I read American historical fiction In the case of The Removes I made an exception because I thought The Lotus Eaters Soli’s first novel was remarkable The Removes is exponentially bette

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    CHARACTERS The Removes [The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli Go west young man Settle in the wide open spaces Yes settlers experienced freedom and liberty but were arguably unprepared for unmentionable hardship and violence The nation's policy of Manifest Destiny with the intention of expansion and conuest fueled the Indian Wars on the frontierIn 1866 Kansas the Cheyenne freuently rode to homesteads demanding charity not necessarily freely given It was necessary to work the fields with a

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    [The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli I think most of us at least those close to my own age learned of Custer's last stand in history class That is though all I ever knew about him There was so much I didn't know for example I never knew he fought in our Civil War where he was made the youngest Brigadeer General at the age of twenty five Nor did I know anything about his wife Libby who seems to be a special person in her own right This book starts with Custer fighti

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    SUMMARY ☆ PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO ´ Tatjana Soli [The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli Tatjana Soli ´ 1 REVIEW 375 starsThe Removes is a strong work of historical fiction but it’s awfully hard to read — the kind of book that made me want to turn away than a few times The story is set in the 1860s and 1870s in the US during the American Indian Wars The story focuses on two women living separately difficult lives Anne is a fictional character who is taken captive at the beginning of the story during an attack on her homestea

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    [The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli 5 impressive stars to The Removes 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 This book Wow It took me a while to read The Removes because I had to tread slowly Although it is smoothly written it reuired me to take some breaks from it which I will describe why in a bit Set on the American frontier The Removes is told with three narrators a fifteen year old named Anne as well as George Armstrong Custer and his wife Libbie In the opening

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    [The Removes] E–pub É Tatjana Soli Whew What a life He loved war and thirsted for victory THE REMOVES is a historical work of fiction that tracks the life of General George Armstrong Autie Custer through the American Civil War and American Indian War ending with the massacre of Custer's Last Stand at Little Big Horn in Montana The novel also follows wife Libbie Bacon Custer who endures hardships some scary times OMGOSH the Dakota blizzard diseaseand humiliationfrom her wom

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    Tatjana Soli ´ 1 REVIEW SUMMARY ☆ PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO ´ Tatjana Soli CHARACTERS The Removes This is the first book I’ve read by Tatjana Soli It won’t be the last Starting with an Indian raid of a Kansas homestead she paints an in depth story where you can see the entire narrative play out like movie scenes The novel bounces between Anne one of the few survivors of the raid Libbie Custer her husband

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REVIEW ¾ The Removes He never anticipated living among the Sioux as both a captive and eventually a member of the tribe Libbie too is thrown into a brutal unexpected life when she marries Custer They move out to the territories with the US Army where Libbie is challenged daily and her worldview expanded the pampered daughter of a small town judge she transforms into a daring camp follower But when what Anne and Libbie have come to know self reliance freedom danger is sudden. I think most of us at least those close to my own age learned of Custer s last stand in history class That is though all I ever knew about him There was so much I didn t know for example I never knew he fought in our Civil War where he was made the youngest Brigadeer General at the age of twenty five Nor did I know anything about his wife Libby who seems to be a special person in her own right This book starts with Custer fighting in the Civil War and is told from three different viewpoints Custer himself his wife Libby and a young fifteen year old Annie whose family is homesteading when they are attacked by Indians her family slaughtered she heself taken by the IndiansSo Custer s role as Indian fighter begins as he is called on once again to help rid the west of marauding Indians This is a graphic and violent book the west was certainly a savage place to be Promises and peace brokered were continually abused The Indian way of life threatened the settlers life one of fear so much death of people livestock constant back and forth savageryCuster s death at little big Horn was probably the way he would have wanted to die in many ways it seemed his destiny He came to respect the Indians and their way of life he had no clue what to do with himself if he wasn t in the cavalry Had he not died he probably would have ended up like Sitting Bull a specimen to show off at freak shows I came to appreciate what an emblematic character he was for the times I loved Libby her strength her fortitude she was uite a woman and I would like to read about her What happened to her after Custer s death Annie my heart broke for her her treatment during and after captivity is certainly realistic Such conflicted harsh and judgemental timesSoli s research is terrific her writing vivid and certainly realistic She does an amazingly thorough job at showing the many sides of this time period A few photographs are included as is an author note A harsh read but an important one for those who have an interest in this time period If ever one had thoughts about the romanticism and adventure in the old west this book puts paid to thatThis was mine Angela s and Esils monthly read and while we all cringed at the violence we all thought it was well done So thanks again my reading buddiesARC from Netgalley پشت پردهای انقلاب اسلامی judge she transforms into a daring camp follower But when what Anne and Libbie have come to know self reliance freedom danger is sudden. I think most of us at least those close to my own age learned of Custer s last stand in history class That is though all I ever knew about him There was so much I didn t know for example I never knew he fought in our Civil War where he was made the youngest Brigadeer General at the age of twenty five Nor did I know anything about his wife Libby who seems to be a special person in her own right This book starts with Custer fighting in the Civil War and is told from three different viewpoints Custer himself his wife Libby and a young fifteen year old Annie whose family is homesteading when they are attacked by Indians her family slaughtered she heself taken by the IndiansSo Custer s role as Indian fighter begins as he is called on once again to help rid the west of marauding Indians This is a graphic and violent book the west was certainly a savage place to be Promises and peace brokered were continually abused The Indian way of life threatened the settlers life one of fear so much death of people livestock constant back and forth savageryCuster s death at little big Horn was probably the way he would have wanted to die in many ways it seemed his destiny He came to respect the Indians and their way of life he had no clue what to do with himself if he wasn t in the cavalry Had he not died he probably would have ended up like Sitting Bull a specimen to show off at freak shows I came to appreciate what an emblematic character he was for the times I loved Libby her strength her fortitude she was uite a woman and I would like to read about her What happened to her after Custer s death Annie my heart broke for her her treatment during and after captivity is certainly realistic Such conflicted harsh and دیدار فرهی و فتوحات آخرالزمانی judgemental timesSoli s research is terrific her writing vivid and certainly realistic She does an amazingly thorough ماجرای فرار ارتشبد قره باغی job at showing the many sides of this time period A few photographs are included as is an author note A harsh read but an important one for those who have an interest in this time period If ever one had thoughts about the romanticism and adventure in the old west this book puts paid to thatThis was mine Angela s and Esils monthly read and while we all cringed at the violence we all thought it was well done So thanks again my reading buddiesARC from Netgalley

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REVIEW ¾ The Removes Ly altered through tragedy and loss they realize how indelibly shaped they are by life on the treacherous extraordinary American plainsWith taut suspenseful writing Tatjana Soli tells the exhilarating stories of Libbie and Anne who have grown like weeds into women unwilling to be restrained by the strictures governing nineteenth century society The Removes is a powerful transporting novel about the addictive intensity and freedom of the American frontie. Whew What a life He loved war and thirsted for victory THE REMOVES is a historical work of fiction that tracks the life of General George Armstrong Autie Custer through the American Civil War and American Indian War ending with the massacre of Custer s Last Stand at Little Big Horn in Montana The novel also follows wife Libbie Bacon Custer who endures hardships some scary times OMGOSH the Dakota blizzard diseaseand humiliationfrom her womanizing husband but she stands by HER man even after his deathdespite his many indiscretions She knew Autie loved her too And Wow meet the tough young 15 year old Anne Cummins who after an Indian attack on her family s homestead is ultimately captured by the Cheyenne starved repeatedly raped throughout her young life while being worked to near death as she fights for survival in the wildbut FINALLY help is on the wayor is it As you would expect reading a novel about the Civil and Indian wars these were dangerous times with much brutality mutilation and catastrophic loss of human and animal life General Custer however survived many major battles in his lifetimehe loved being in the heat of ithis BIG ego feared being left outhis goal to retain his standing as the golden boy war hero one of the finest specimens of soldiers never faultedto the very end General George Armstrong Custer December 5 1839 June 25 1876 Many thanks to Farrar Straus and Giroux via NetGalley for the arc in exchange for review

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REVIEW ¾ The Removes From the New York Times bestselling author Tatjana Soli an expansive and transfixing new novel set on the American frontierSpanning the years of the first great settlement of the west The Removes tells the intertwining stories of fifteen year old Anne Cummins frontierswoman Libbie Custer and Libbie’s husband the Civil War hero George Armstrong Custer When Anne survives a surprise attack on her family’s homestead she is thrust into a difficult life s. 45 starsDanger knows full well that Custer is dangerous then heI love books which not only educate me but also evoke feeling and leave me thinking about them for long after I have finished reading This was one of those books Yes this book is about General George Armstrong Custer aka Autie and ultimately his last stand but it is also about his wife Elizabeth Libbie Custer and a fifteen year old girl named Anne who was taken captive during an attack on her homestead The land forgiving and without limit will be the last true freedomExploration of the American frontier the wild west Indian wars battle love loss captivity lust self reliance and inner strength are all highlighted in this book I learned a lot about Custer and his career while reading this book Not only did I learn about Custer but I learned about American History the brutality of war and the harshness of life on the plains Reading books such as this always make me appreciate what I have and the times I live in The strength of this book is in its female characters Fifteen year old Anne watches as her family is slaughtered She is taken prisoner raped abused traded and subjected to the harsh realities of being held captive She must rely on her inner strength and courage to survive She becomes adept at reading situations and doing what she must to keep alive She even cares for another young captive and befriends a female member of the tribe while in captivity She also gives birth to two children while captive She is subject to a life of constant change starvation heat and cold constant movement and hard workLibbie is the daughter of a judge who does not want his daughter to marry the young cocky Custer He is a known womanizer and civil war hero Custer is dashing and brave and Libbie can t say no She leaves behind her life of luxury to follow Custer to the plains She is thrown into a life she does not know and must adapt to her surroundings A life of hardships constant moving long periods of separation from her husband loneliness jealousy and unease become a way of life for her Custer and Libbie wrote long letters to each other full of euphemism and double entendre One article I read described their letters as Victorian aged sexting Custer even faced court Marshall and arrest for coming home to see his Libbie They had a great love but that did not stop Custer from being a womanizer which caused Libbie great heartache and jealousyThis book feels very sweeping in scope It covers a lot of information and while reading I found myself doing my own research on the internet about Custer and his wife and the battle of little big horn There are some violent scenes in this book Battle is graphic and bloody There are scalping s mutilations of bodies suffering horrible treatment and causalities on both side of the battles Don t let this scare you away While reading this book I thought of a uote from the movie Blood Diamond Sometimes I wonderWill God ever forgive us for what we have done to each otherThis book was simply wonderful I loved how both women became stronger in the face of danger and fear Both had their lives changed forever and yet grew as individuals and found inner strength and confidence Like Custer they both had great courage and bravery All the characters in this book are in a fight for survival For some it is their job for others it is a way of life Custer sought his whole life to be a hero but for me the women were the heroes in this bookTalk about a book which evokes feeling I thought about this book even when I wasn t reading it It truly is masterful and I learned a great deal Custer is an American Icon and I was captivated learning about him Can you even imagine going into a battle where the odds are stacked against youA mood unspeakable hovered over the expedition and a sense of gloom that nothing would lift to pervadeded the men They mumbled of bad dreams and made out wills Unholy alliances were struck to avoid torture by the enemy None smelled victory they stank of fear yet Custer refused to bow to it How could heI can t say enough about this book so I will simply say READ IT Even if you are not a fan of westerns READ THIS BOOK I don t consider myself a fan of westerns but this is than just a western It is a story of strength survival and resiliency It is wonderfully written and captivating This is not a book which should be read fast read it slowly savor it learn from it Also read the Author s Note at the end of the book She describes her fascination of the wild west of America from the viewpoint of someone who came to the United States when she was five years old She describes how she took some liberties and that this book is a work of imagination blended with fact and historyHistorical fiction buffs history buffs war buffs army buffs wild west buffs strong women buffs well written book buffs this book is for youThank you to Farrar Straus and Giroux and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All of the thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my ownRead all of my reviews at wwwopenbookpostcom Живей бързо книга 1 judge who does not want his daughter to marry the young cocky Custer He is a known womanizer and civil war hero Custer is dashing and brave and Libbie can t say no She leaves behind her life of luxury to follow Custer to the plains She is thrown into a life she does not know and must adapt to her surroundings A life of hardships constant moving long periods of separation from her husband loneliness Български хроники Български хроники #2 jealousy and unease become a way of life for her Custer and Libbie wrote long letters to each other full of euphemism and double entendre One article I read described their letters as Victorian aged sexting Custer even faced court Marshall and arrest for coming home to see his Libbie They had a great love but that did not stop Custer from being a womanizer which caused Libbie great heartache and شعر زمان ما فروغ فرخزاد، شعر فروغ فرخزاد از آغاز تا امروز شعرهای برگزیده، تفسیر و تحلیل موفق‌ترین شعرها jealousyThis book feels very sweeping in scope It covers a lot of information and while reading I found myself doing my own research on the internet about Custer and his wife and the battle of little big horn There are some violent scenes in this book Battle is graphic and bloody There are scalping s mutilations of bodies suffering horrible treatment and causalities on both side of the battles Don t let this scare you away While reading this book I thought of a uote from the movie Blood Diamond Sometimes I wonderWill God ever forgive us for what we have done to each otherThis book was simply wonderful I loved how both women became stronger in the face of danger and fear Both had their lives changed forever and yet grew as individuals and found inner strength and confidence Like Custer they both had great courage and bravery All the characters in this book are in a fight for survival For some it is their بیچاره اسفندیار job for others it is a way of life Custer sought his whole life to be a hero but for me the women were the heroes in this bookTalk about a book which evokes feeling I thought about this book even when I wasn t reading it It truly is masterful and I learned a great deal Custer is an American Icon and I was captivated learning about him Can you even imagine going into a battle where the odds are stacked against youA mood unspeakable hovered over the expedition and a sense of gloom that nothing would lift to pervadeded the men They mumbled of bad dreams and made out wills Unholy alliances were struck to avoid torture by the enemy None smelled victory they stank of fear yet Custer refused to bow to it How could heI can t say enough about this book so I will simply say READ IT Even if you are not a fan of westerns READ THIS BOOK I don t consider myself a fan of westerns but this is than ای‍ران‌ در راه‌ی‍اب‍ی‌ ف‍ره‍ن‍گ‍ی‌ ۱۸۴۸ ۱۸۳۴ just a western It is a story of strength survival and resiliency It is wonderfully written and captivating This is not a book which should be read fast read it slowly savor it learn from it Also read the Author s Note at the end of the book She describes her fascination of the wild west of America from the viewpoint of someone who came to the United States when she was five years old She describes how she took some liberties and that this book is a work of imagination blended with fact and historyHistorical fiction buffs history buffs war buffs army buffs wild west buffs strong women buffs well written book buffs this book is for youThank you to Farrar Straus and Giroux and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All of the thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my ownRead all of my reviews at wwwopenbookpostcom

  • Hardcover
  • 371
  • The Removes
  • Tatjana Soli
  • English
  • 13 November 2020
  • 9780374249311