Trespass

  • Title: Trespass
  • Author: Sandra Grey
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  • Page: 291
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    1. Okay Jason Borne - this is the LDS post WWII version. This is the third and final book in the trilogy. I seriously couldn't put them down, just loved the suspense, action and gospel truths that were tied in. This final book takes place in the Stalin ruled Russia. The people of this country were brainwashed and forced into believing that there was no greater divine power, that everything was for the sake of the government and country. I am so grateful for the freedoms that we have in our day and [...]

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    2. Sandra Grey has proven to be an great author who exposes post WWII historical facts with romance and suspense mixed in. Usually when I read a seriesI have a favorite over another but all three were equally enjoyable for me. The plot is filled with twists and challenges for the characters that draw you in from beginning to end. Lots of people don't like the LDS influence she brings into the books. I LOVED IT! I

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    3. She did her usual good job with the story and bringing in historical facts. The book and what all the characters had to go through makes me even more patriotic to the United States of America. We are so blessed to have the freedoms that we have.The author, Sandra Grey concluded this series in a satisfactory manner. She is a good author and I am looking forward to her next book out.

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    4. So happy to finally read the end of this trilogy. While I enjoyed the book very much I still think that Traitor is my favorite.

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    5. Loved this series from start to finish. I stayed up till 1am because I couldn't put this book down and had to find out what the ending would entail. You leave off on book 2 with Hans being taken as a Soviet union lad rat to create the atomic bomb that is supposed to put the USSR in power. What the soviets don't know is that Hans is working for the Americans and Major Matthews by going with them. Matthews agrees to keep Natalie safe and grant passage for Hans to American after he is rescued. Nata [...]

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    6. Pleasantly surprised! After a co-worker told me she had not enjoyed the other books in this series I was not looking forward to this one. I really don't care for LDS Historical Fiction and I have been putting off this category for last in my Whitney reading.BUT I really, really enjoyed it! I was fascinated by the depictions of every day life in communist USSR and genuinely concerned about the characters of Natalie and Regina. I wasn't as interested in the male characters, whom I am assuming were [...]

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    7. This was the third in a series that probably should have stopped at two. I liked the characters, although they all seemed a little homogeneous. You were either a good guy, or you were an evil Stalinist who had not an ounce of compassion for anyone. I think I only liked the characters because of the previous books.The book is plot driven and therefore a very quick read, but left little depth in the characters to consider. For me it seemed to have too much continual life and death moments and not [...]

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    8. We are listening to the CD's of this book and are on the 3rd disk. We read on long trips, so we are slow at finishing it because we haven't been out of Snowflake for a couple of weeks. We are enjoying it very much. What twisting, moving story Sandra Grey has woven! We enjoyed all the different parts of the story as they unfolded. The characters were real to us. What a glimpse into the hardships of life in Russia and for all people involved in the war. It caused me to reflect on the blessings of [...]

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    9. I don't normally enjoy LDS fiction as it usually seems low quality. Sometimes I think mormon authors think if they through in some common terms like FHE any mormon will read it. It just isn't so. We want quality, otherwise we will avoid it. That being said I did like this series, the first being Traitor followed by Tribunal then Trespass. At times it seemed a little far fetched and I did cringe a little at some of the LDS dialog (not every LDS person talks like that), but it was a good story and [...]

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    10. Sandra Grey has proven to be an excellent author who exposes historical facts with romance and suspense mixed in. Grey’s shows horror of Stalin’s diabolical rule and her poignant prose touches the heart. The plot is filled with twists and challenges for the characters that involve the forced repatriation of the USSR, secret bomb factories staffed by kidnapped scientists and heart wrenching orphanage situations caused by the evil men in power. The settings include England, France, Moscow, Sib [...]

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    11. I enjoyed this book much better than the second one and slightly better than the first one. I thought the author did a great job switching from characters' perspectives and story lines. Her character development on Rostov was top notch. By the end of the story, I found myself surprised that he was my favorite character. I was very disappointed with his ending. I thought that the story would have been much more interesting if Rostov would have had a different ending. Reading about post WWII Russi [...]

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    12. FYI. When you have LASIK you can't read at all for a couple days and then only in small doses after that! I started this book right before my surgery and was so frustrated that I couldn't finish. Once I got mostly healed I was flying through it. I enjoyed this one more than the second one, but the first is still the best. I liked all the new characters, but didn't feel as connected to Rolf, Marie and Hans as much as in previous books. It also seemed that things resolved way too easily, but I don [...]

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    13. As the third book of the trilogy, probably isn' my favorite, but therefeels closure in the sections. Grey has done a decent job of making these come together.When an agreement between German officer Hans Brenner and U.S. intelligence goes horribly wrong, Russian Lieutenant Viktor Rostov must deliver Hans or risk losing his daughter forever. Hans must help the Soviets build a bomb, and Russian-born American nurse Natalie Allred must swear allegiance to the motherland and to Rostov himself. Escape [...]

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    14. I think maybe I would give this one 3.5 stars. I was good and engaging, but I didn't love it as much as the first two in the series. There were a few parts that seemed to be too good to be true, but that's what makes an interesting story. Maybe I didn't like this one as much because life in the Soviet Union was so depressing, especially with all the black mail used by the bad guys in the story. I really liked a couple of the new characters: Regina and Alex Reynolds. I would recommend his book, e [...]

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    15. Not my favorite book of the trilogy but still very good. The conclusion and wrap up seemed a bit more melodramatic than the rest of the series and it took until 3/4 of the way through this final installment for me to have any kind of pity, sympathy or kindness toward Viktor, and Natalie got on my nerves to a point. But it's nice to have the saga concluded. And like the other two books, I think I learned a lot about myself while reading them; some new things about my own strengths and weaknesses, [...]

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    16. I didn't really enjoy this trilogy. The characters all fell in (deep, profound) love in a matter of days/weeks, and the characters all had a sameness to them, without depth or difference. The men were unbelievably rugged and handsome, and the women, breathtakingly beautiful. That's about as deep as the descriptions went. Also, from an LDS standpoint, I really don't like her putting words into President Ezra Taft Benson's mouth. I was super uncomfortable with that, since he was a real person that [...]

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    17. When an agreement between German officer Hans Brenner and U.S. intelligence goes horribly wrong, Russian Lieutenant Viktor Rostov must deliver Hans or risk losing his daughter forever. Hans must help the Soviets build a bomb, and Russian-born American nurse Natalie Allred must swear allegiance to the motherland and to Rostov himself. Escape seems impossible within the iron grip of the secret police.Yes, I copied this from the Provo City Library website. I read this first, but apparently it is bo [...]

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    18. After reading Traitor (book #1) and Tribunal (book #2), I was very eager for the conclusion of this series. Again, the historic research evident in the description of post-war Europe (and the USSR) are very impressive, and sometimes a bit uncomfortable. I found this necessary for the realism of the characters and story development. I found myself so engrossed that I could not put it down!Trespass is #3 in the series and you will NOT want to miss Traitor (#1) and Tribunal (#2). Excellent, amazing [...]

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    19. If you like WWII fiction, you'll love this concluding book in the series including Traitor and Tribunal. It has an LDS element to it which would be great for any member of the LDS church. Yet, would be inspiring for anyone because it shows that God will help even in the most dyer circumstances. This book concluded the series very well. I was glad to see how the story wrapped itself up. The characters were beautiful. The story a monumental masterpiece. It strengthened my testimony as a member of [...]

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    20. Since I loved the first book in this series, it was no surprise that I was excited to read Trespass, which was a nominee in the Historical Fiction category for the Whitney Awards. I was not disappointed! Trespass brings the trilogy to a wonderful conclusion, and when the last couple of chapters of a book make me cry, that means the author has done an excellent job of bringing her characters to life. Since this a series, I would highly suggest you read all three in the order they were written, bu [...]

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    21. The last in this amazing series! I really loved these books! The covers were kind of weird, but the books were SOOO good! Again, I loved the church aspect written in, but I also really enjoyed the stuff I learned about communist Russia, and a few of the things that went on after the war had ended. I don't know much about Stalin, so it was interesting to learn a little more about that. I would give this series of books a 10! She really explores her characters very well, and has a great ability to [...]

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    22. This had quite the complicated plot line, but I loved it. I liked the post WWII time period of the book and though it took me almost half the book to keep all the Russian names sorted. I was a little leery when the book started mentioning the characters as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, but it was done really well and didn't turn out to be a preachy book, it had just enough touch of religion, but not enough to be super sappy like some can get.

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    23. Glad to finally get to read the last book of the series. I liked how the author moved from the German front to the Russian front in this book. Historical fiction always helps me learn, but if the author is good (as Grey is), I also really enjoy the story. I knew Russia was a horrible place to live at times, but I gained a new appreciation for how bad it really was (at least small parts of how bad it was).

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    24. This concluding novel in the series takes place in the USSR and was very well written. I loved the balance between fiction and history. I loved the characters.This book is about US nurse, Natalie Allred. She is taken to Russia, since that's where she was born, and is told her fiance is dead. This story had a lot of suspense and some romance, which made for a highly entertaining book.I can't wait to see what Sandra Grey comes up with next--I'm already anticipating it.

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    25. This story follows Natalie as she is captured and taken to Russia as a sort of prisoner. Again, you learn a lot about post WWII history, specifically Russia. Poor Natalie has one terrifying experience after another. Things go from bad to good to bad to worse to good to bad. It's exhausting! But it's a nail biter clear up to the end. You think, will these people ever escape?? Again, more new characters become the main characters and our old favorites take the back burner again.

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    26. This is the third book in a series about World War II participants, Natalie and Hans. Natalie was an American nurse who fell in love with a German officer. This story takes place after the end of the war. Natalie and Hans are recruited by the Americans to spy in Russia, to learn military secrets of the building of Atomic weapons. Loved the historical references, of course the love story and the adventure.Previous books are Traitor and Tribunal

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    27. I'm a little confused about who the people on the front cover are supposed to be.Lucya and her father? Or maybe that's Alex Reynolds? I don't know.But as has held true through the series, some of dialogue was a little cheezy, but the storyline was quite gripping and interesting. And I did genuinely care about the characters. Of course it's hard to believe that anyone could live though any one of these adventures, much less ALL of them. But still, fun to read.

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    28. This one's a real page turner! It feels very realistic, and I felt that Sandra Grey did a lot of research in order to crank this one out. It pained my heart to read about Natalie and Regina. It excited me when Hans escaped his prison because I knew everything would be okay. Rolf and Marie Schulmann are two of my favorite characters, so I was glad they were included. I wanted more story line on Alex and Lucya.

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    29. Great final. I could really get into each character. Each one had their own story to tell. I actually loved the series. All questions get answered. It kept up the suspense and I loved the fact that it portrays faith in a God who answers prayers, loves his children, and will support them in their trials no matter the race. I read series in less than a week! However, it took me several months to get "into it". Read notes at end after reading book.

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