A Gentleman in Moscow

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  • Paperback
  • 496 pages
  • A Gentleman in Moscow
  • Amor Towles
  • 15 June 2017
  • 0143110438

About the Author: Amor Towles

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A Gentleman in Moscow The mega bestseller with than 1.5 million readers that is soon to be a major television series He can t leave his hotel You won t want to.From the New York Times bestselling author of Rules of Civility a transporting novel about a man who is ordered to spend the rest of his life inside a luxury hotel.In 1922, Count Alexander Rostov is deemed an unrepentant aristocrat by a Bolshevik tribunal, and is sentenced to house arrest in the Metropol, a grand hotel across the street from the Kremlin Rostov, an indomitable man of erudition and wit, has never worked a day in his life, and must now live in an attic room while some of the most tumultuous decades in Russian history are unfolding outside the hotel s doors Unexpectedly, his reduced circumstances provide him entry into a much larger world of emotional discovery.Brimming with humor, a glittering cast of characters, and one beautifully rendered scene after another, this singular novel casts a spell as it relates the count s endeavor to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be a man of purpose. Best Read A Gentleman in Moscow Author Amor Towles For Kindle ePUB or eBook – hillviewbedandbreakfast.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “A Gentleman in Moscow

  1. Jeffrey Keeten says:

    Vyshinsky Why did you write the poem Rosov It demanded to be written I simply happened to be sitting at the particular desk on the particular morning when it chose to make its demands.Vyshinksy And where was that exactly Rostov In the south parlor at Idlehour.Vyshinksy Idlehour Rosov The Rostov estate in Nizhny Novgorod.Vyshinksy Ah, yes Of course How apt But let us return our attention to your poem Coming as it did in thesubdued years after the failed revolt of 1905 many cons Vyshinsk...

  2. Jen says:

    I wanted to savour this one, word for word Towles bestows on us a language to be treasured a story to be remembered.This was a remarkably enchanting narrative with a charming character A gentleman, Rostov, has been put under hotel arrest For the next several years, as he serves his time, relationships are cultivated from employees to guests to the visitors he receives and to a young girl whom he becomes a guardian for.Very descriptive I tasted almost every meal he ate from the crisp and I wanted to savour this one, word for word Towles bestows on us a language to be treasur...

  3. Elyse Walters says:

    Tears were streaming down my face the last several pages Turning each page slower and slower breathless filled with gratitude overwhelmed by what this rare book offers and then delivering a wonderful satisfying endingto the already rich wonderful absolutely marvelous novel Goose bumps and butterfly fluttering..the writing is pulsing with life Amor Towles sleading man Count Rostov Alexander Ilyich Rostov.or Sasha , to a select few old friends, is THE MOST EXCE Tears were streaming down my face the last several pages Turning each page slower and slower breathless filled with gratitude overwhelmed by what this rare book offers and then delivering a wonderful satisfying endingto the already rich wonderful absolutely marvelous novel Goose bumps and butterfly fluttering..the writing is pulsing with life Amor Towles sleading man Count Rostov Alexander Ilyich Rostov.or Sasha , to a select few old friends, is THE MOST EXCEPTIONAL male character to come along in recent literature I can t think of any other male character with the type of astounding dignity that Count Rostov exhibits I was either losing sleep reading this book, tossing out all other daytime plans to continue, reading.or I was obsessively thinking about this book when I wasn t reading it My early thoughts were about Russia and the how the Bolsheviks came into power..and the years that followed Russia became symbolic of the spread of communism throughout the world..resulting in...

  4. Bill Gates says:

    Melinda and I sometimes read the same book at the same time It s usually a lot of fun, but it can get us in trouble when one of us is further along than the other which recently happened when we were both reading A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles.At one point, I got teary eyed because one of the characters gets hurt and must go to the hospital Melinda was a couple chapters behind me When she saw me crying, she became worried that a character she loved was going to die I didn t want to spo Melinda and I sometimes read the same book at the same time It s usually a lot of fun, but it can get us in trouble when one of us is further along than the other which recently happened when we were both reading A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles.At one point, I got teary eyed because one of the characters gets...

  5. Brina says:

    In the year 1922, Count Alexander Ilyich Rostov has been sentenced to House arrest at the famed Moscow Hotel Metropol Once of the landed elite of Nizhy Novgorod, the Count must live out the rest of his days in one small hotel room As the Bolsheviks have persevered following their revolution, no long are there ruling classes in Russia, only comrades It is under these conditions that Count Rostov has become a former person who can no longer step outside of the Metropol Using this premise, Amor In the year 1922, Count Alexander Ilyich Rostov has been sentenced to House arrest at the famed Moscow Hotel Metropol Once of the landed elite of Nizhy Novgorod, the Count must live out the rest of his days in one small hotel room As the Bolsheviks have persevered following their revolution, no long are there ruling classes in Russia, only comrades It is under these conditions that Count Rostov has become a former person who can no longer step outside of the Metropol Using this premise, Amor Towles has woven prose to create an enchanting story that makes up the Count s changed course of existence Over time, Count Rostov grew to call himself the luckiest man in Russia This realization, however, occurs after he has been in the hotel Metropol for over thirty and forged close friendships with her staff and inhabitants At first, he is a once proud man who has had all of his material possession...

  6. Candace says:

    A Gentleman in Moscow tells the story of Count Alexander Rostov, who is sentenced to live out the rest of his life on house arrest in the Metropol hotel, following his conviction by a Bolshevik tribunal He was convicted of being an unrepentant aristocrat and is stripped of his wealth by the new Bolshevik regime From one of the hotel s most prestigious guests, to a member of the wait staff, Count Rostov manages his fall from grace with poise and dignity.This book provided beautiful imager A Gentleman in Moscow tells the story of Count Alexander Rostov, who is sentenced to live out the rest of his life on house arrest in the Metropol hotel, following his conviction by a Bolshevik tribunal He was convicted of being an unrepentant aristocrat and is stripped of his wealth by the new Bolshevik regime From one of the hotel s most prestigious guests, to a member of the wait staff, Count Rostov manages his fall from grace with poise and dignity.This book provided beautiful imagery and a thought provoking dialogue on the rise of communism in Russia over a period of about 30 or so y...

  7. Diane S ☔ says:

    5 The Hotel Metropol in Moscow, within sight of the Kremlin, will see much in the coming years It will also become the home and prison of the former person known as the Count Alexander Rostov Sentenced by a Bolshevk Tribunal,he is confined for life in this Hotel Summarily taken from the suite he had inhabited for four years, he is brought to the attic and given one of the storage rooms as his new home.One of the most wonderful and memorable characters one is fortunate to make the acquaintanc 5 The Hotel Metropol in Moscow, within sight of the Kremlin, will see much in the coming years It will also become the home and prison of the former person known as the Count Alexander Rostov Sentenced by a Bolshevk Tribunal,he is confined for life in this Hotel Summarily taken from the suite he had inhabited for four years, he is brought to the attic and given one of the storage rooms as his new home.One of the most wonderful and memorable characters one is fortunate to make the acquaintance of, the duke, no longer to be addressed as his excellency, will make the most of his imprisonment Through his eyes we will experience the many changes in Russia, from Stalin to Khrushchev, as the hotel is the home for many meetings and dinners of the top ranking members of the politburo A friendship with a young eight year old girl will bring color to his life that will last for over thirty years.This book as ...

  8. Adina says:

    Later Edit I thought about deleting my confession because I received a few complains saying I got too personal Most of my reviews are a bit but maybe a went too far with this one However, I thought better and the review stays because i want it to be a warning that this social platform, which should be a place to share our opinion of books with each other in a friendly manner sometimes becomes a stress factor There is a pressure to like some books because everybody does and you don t want to Later Edit I thought about deleting my confession because I received a few complains saying I got too personal Most of my reviews are a bit but maybe a went too far with this one However, I thought better and the review stays because i want it to be a warning that this social platform, which should be a place to share our opinion of books with each other in a friendly manner sometimes becomes a stress factor There is a pressure to like some books because everybody does and you don t want to be the odd one out or you might feel reluctant to share your true feelings because some fanatics will attack you Guys, we are here for the same thing, the love of books in general We might not always agree but we should be kind to each other and respect other s opinions Ladies and gentleman I have a confession to make I pri...

  9. شيماء ✨ says:

    Open mic night you walk into a crowded bar and I m on stage loudly reciting bad poetry about how much I love this book and crying in silence I wasn t even halfway through this book when I thought, I can t wait to read this again It feels so wrong to read anything else right...

  10. Karen says:

    Read others reviews of this book for I cannot do it justice, but I will say I just loved it, loved the Count and his interactions with everyone, especially Nina, and later Sophia So many times this gentleman had me laugh out loud I would have loved to have met him