Æ House of Stone || Ô PDF Read by ñ Heather Anastasiu

By Heather Anastasiu | Comments: ( 788 ) | Date: ( Oct 18, 2019 )

Book 2 and conclusion of TSURA Duet It s highly recommended to read Book 1 first before HOUSE OF STONE.Tsura is shattered The last year taught her two things First, life is a process of losing Second, the only way to survive it is to turn whatever s left of her heart into stone But survive she will She promised her brother Luca Her husband Mihai also made promises tBook 2 and conclusion of TSURA Duet It s highly recommended to read Book 1 first before HOUSE OF STONE.Tsura is shattered The last year taught her two things First, life is a process of losing Second, the only way to survive it is to turn whatever s left of her heart into stone But survive she will She promised her brother Luca Her husband Mihai also made promises to her brother To protect her, or so he says But he s still holding on to secrets Tsura doesn t want to care But keeping her vow to stay away from him is difficult than she thought, especially with the memory of the passion and grief filled night they spent together lodged so firmly in her head.Meanwhile, Russia and Germany threaten to play out the last battles of the war with Romania as the stage Bombs rip apart cities, revolutions split the nation, friends become enemies and old enemies become new threats When the Communist banner is raised over Romania, neither Tsura nor Mihai is safe If they escape with their lives, though, can they get past the pain they ve lived through to once and for all be man and wife Or will circumstances separate them forever


  • Title: House of Stone
  • Author: Heather Anastasiu
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 374
  • Format: ebook

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Heather Anastasiu

Heather Anastasiu grew up in Texas and recently moved to Minneapolis with her family When she s not busy getting lost exploring the new city, she spends most days writing at a caf or daydreaming about getting a new tattoo.



Comments House of Stone

  • Nutty

    This book was more intense than the first one and had more action. It kept me breathlessly reading through chapter after chapter. The story flowed so well and the dramatic moments were built flawlessly. This book sort of reminded me of the movie "Dancer in the dark" and as the final pages were rolling I became so afraid of the ending. I have never wanted a happy ending for a character as I wanted one for Tsura and Mihai. They deserved it, after everything they went through.A very worthy read.


  • Edee Fallon

    This is a series review because I wasn't sure how I felt after finishing book one and I wanted to see what happened next before I wrote my review. Here are my thoughts: The author found her voice during the last 5% of book one and it carried through into book two. There is a shitload of drama in book two that I would have appreciated being stretched out more so I didn't feel as if my heart took a savage beating over and over again so rapidly. I wish the last 20% would have been more developed be [...]


  • Rebekah Viera

    The stigma of sequels is that they're never as good as the first. This is NOT the case with this book. I was just as on edge and captivated reading this book as I was with the first part. I was on the same Rollercoaster as the characters; crying when they cried, smiling when they smiled, and getting super upset every time something unfortunate would happen (which was a lot). The end tricks you slightly, to the point I ALMOST stopped reading, but I'm glad I didn't because as cliché as it is, I l [...]


  • Erika

    Love love loveYou must read Tsura first! I chose this book because i heard it was a great read after The Bronze Horseman trilogy. It was so wonderful i didnt want it to ever end.


  • Sara

    A historical novel A historical novel about the people who may have lived during and after WW1. A lovely continuation of the first novel, Tsura and her experiences, loves, losses and overall life. A great story.


  • Rebecca Graf

    In this continuing story, Tsura and Mihai are finding themselves drifting apart as Russia and Germany tear Romania apart. They struggle with their own feelings for each other as they struggle with saving their country and the people within. Their trials have only just begun as the dreaded knock on the door echos in their souls.I cannot tell you how much I love this story. I had to read it after reading the first book. It is set in a time period that is not uncommon, but the location is. That was [...]


  • Carol

    There were times when this sequel to Anastasiu's book, Tsura, reminded me of The Kiterunner in a nebulous same-tone way. There are swaths of darkness and shadows pricked with points of light and laughter. "House of Stone!" is the traditional phrase of good wishes said to a bride and groom at their wedding in Romania. It indicates hopes for a strong and long-lasting marriage.My favorite section was when Mihai and Tsura joined a Roma (=gypsy) caravan after fleeing on foot through the forest as ref [...]


  • Ju Ephraime

    I agree with one reviewer who said she immediately bought the sequel after reading "Tsura". I did the same. “Tsura” was so raw and heart-wrenching that there was no way I was going to continue without reading the sequel, House of Stone. And just as I’d expected, this book was even more heart-wrenching than the Tsura, if that’s possible. The writer did an excellent job taking the reader into the very heart of the WWII with all its ugliness. It was brutally honest to a fault, and the love [...]


  • Zinzi

    Absolutely Wonderful!This book was riveting!! It rivaled book one. I cannot say which was better, both heart wrenching.The MCs are strong people. Especially Tsura. I really don't think I could go through what she went through and not be broken, husk of my previous self. Mihai, strong, resolute, faithful. A constant pillar, when things go wrong. Such great Characters. I recommend This and book 1. Such a great read.


  • Mar

    Great great A great story of love and loss to looking beyond prejudice, over coming cruel in inhuman circumstances to finally carving a life out of the remains!! Beautifully written I highly recommend it!


  • Sharon

    House of Stone: (Tsura #2)This book seemed to go on forever. The fictional story itself was just ok but more important I found the history very interesting. It's unbelievable what some people have endured in their lifetime. Prejudice and hate just never ends!


  • Amanda Valois

    CaptivatingCould not put this book down! Both books actually. Now my house is a mess because I neglected my chores :)


  • Erin

    Wow. ❤️❤️❤️❤️


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