The Warsaw Conspiracy (The Poland Trilogy, Book 3) - James Conroyd Martin

The Warsaw Conspiracy (The Poland Trilogy, Book 3)

By James Conroyd Martin

  • Release Date: 2013-06-19
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
The Warsaw Conspiracy (The Poland Trilogy, Book 3) book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 13 Ratings)

The Warsaw Conspiracy (The Poland Trilogy, Book 3) James Conroyd Martin Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Engaging and opulent, THE WARSAW CONSPIRACY unfolds as a family saga set against the November Rising (1830-1831), partitioned Poland’s daring challenge to the Russian Empire. Brilliantly illustrating the psyche of a people determined to reclaim independence in the face of monumental odds, the story portrays two brothers and their fates in love and war. Michał is a seasoned veteran soldier, cautious of the evolving conspiracy; Józef, his much younger brother and impassioned cadet, finds himself caught up in the vortex of a daring plot to abduct the Grand Duke of Russia. With Siberia or emigration to France looming as heart-rending contingencies, matriarchs Anna and Zofia stay steadfast in their resolve to steer the clan through ever-muddying waters.

"More than a simple adventure or romance, THE WARSAW CONSPIRACY is a heartstopping journey through post-Napoleon Poland as another generation of freedom-loving Poles resists the domination of a hostile neighbor. Martin’s uncanny insight into the Polish national psyche and his vigorous prose make this a compelling page-turner as we learn the fate of our heroines Anna and Zofia and their family. Historical facts and details of daily life combine to keep you riveted to the page."
—Leonard Kniffel, former AMERICAN LIBRARIES Editor-in-Chief

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