The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105

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The Russian count who gave her the legendary emerald The Star of Kazan And The Star Kindle yet Annika still dreams of finding her true mother But when a glamorous stranger arrives claiming to be Annika's mother and whisks her away to a crumbling spooky castle Annika discovers that all is not as it seems in her newfound home.

The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 Eva Ibbotson born Maria Charlotte Michelle Wiesner was a British novelist specializing in romance and children's fantasyShe was born in Vienna Austria in When Hitler came into power her family moved to England She attended Bedford College graduating in ; Cambridge University from ; and the University of Durham from which she graduated with a diploma in education in .

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  • Namratha

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of KazanEva Ibbotson weaves an old fashioned adventure around a young foundling called Annika Abandoned in a church on the slopes of Mt Dorfelspitze the baby is adopted by a pair of friends Ellie the cook and Sigrid the housemaid They take her back to their owners’ house in Vienna Annika is a happy industrious childlearning to cook Viennese delicacies from Ellie keeping the house sparkling clean and doing a multitude of odd jobs for the eccentric professors who are the owners of the house Her spare time is spent enacting mock plays with her friends Pauline and Stephan She also manages to pay freuent visits to a dying old lady who was formerly known as the wonderful actress ‘ La Rondine’She only has one wishthat her birth mother sweeps in one day and says ‘Where is she Where is my long lost daughter’ And here the adage of “Be careful what you wish for it just may come tru


  • Shaffleoppleplutika Xeliet

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of KazanThis is a sweet story In general I like Eva Ibbotson's books but honestly this one really stood out to me I love how she catches you off guard with details you didn't think mattered The main character is kind and you can really sympathize to her and the overall plot is well developed It's not too hard of a read and the words flow easily I really think you should read this book it's one of my favorites


  • Liana

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of KazanSO AWESOOOOOMEEEE I loved this It took me a little while to get into it at first due to the slow build up but when the part came about the stolen trunk I couldn't put it down From there on everything got so nerve wracking and exciting I had no idea what to expect The storytelling's absolutely fantasticThe ending was a little sad despite everything that occurred Don't get me wrong I loved it and all but it was a shame that the mother was responsible for the stolen trunk


  • Rebekah

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of KazanEva Ibbotson has a uniue gift for lovable characters evocative settings and intricate roller coaster plots I know the Professors I know Pauline and Stefan and I know Gudrun and Mathilde and I know la Rondine There are always a lot of characters in Eva Ibbotsons as there are in life yes and they always no matter how insignificant they a


  • Leah

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of KazanI liked the parts of this story that took place in Vienna The author made it sound beautiful and charming Also the food sounded delicious The parts that took place in Germany were boring Not much happens there in this story The MC Annika was all right but I didn't connect with her I did enjoy getting to know the Professors though They became likeable as the story went along Unfortunately they weren't much involved with this story I didn't like Annika's family They were uite horrible Indifference is what I feel for the other characters


  • Miss Clark

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of Kazan35 starsThis is just a fun very enjoyable tale of an foundling child Annika who was taken in by Sigrid and Ellie the servants of a trio of professors in Vienna She has a happy life there with her adopted mother Ellie her aunt and uncles and her ma


  • Jan

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of KazanA wonderfully readable mystery by the incomparable Eva Ibbotson Annika is an orphan who was abandoned as an infant She is taken in by two servants who work for a family of eccen


  • Jo Ring

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of KazanEnjoyed this book although not as much as Journey to the River Sea


  • Beth Bonini

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of KazanA splendid orphan story and a good one for reinforcing the idea that we can make our own families I loved the turn of the century Vienna setting and there were


  • Rushda

    The Star of Kazan review ☆ 105 The Star of KazanThe last time I read this book was about 5 years ago and I remembered it to have been a good book but I had forgotten just how good it is Once again I am blown away by the way Eva Ibbotson creates a completely believabl