Based on detailed research, this book is a novelization of the last days of Leo Tolstoy. The book focuses on the tension between Sofya Andreyevna, Tolstoy's wife, and his latter-day retinue of assorted sychophants, led by Vladimir Chertkov.
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An impressively knowing and sensitive performance, a wistful late twentieth-century tribute to the giant conflicts of a more titanic age. ( Observer)
One of those rare works of fiction that manage to demonstrate both scrupulous historical research and true originality of voice and perception. ( New York Times Book Review)
Jay Parini has written a stylish, beautifully paced and utterly beguiling novel. ( Sunday Times)
One of the best historical novels written in the last twenty years. (Gore Vidal)
A special tie-in edition to Michael Hoffman's new Oscar-tipped movie, The Last Station
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