Read Orphan, Agent, Prima, Pawn (The Bolshoi Saga #3) Online Free - The year is 1958, and sixteen-year-old Svetlana is stuck in a Moscow orphanage designated for the unwanted children of Stalin’s enemies. Ballet is her obsession and salvation, her only hope at shedding a tainted family past. Sveta’s dream is to make a new life as a dancer.
Her dream comes true: she’s invited to join The Bolshoi Ballet, whose power as a symbol of Soviet prowess is unmatched—except perhaps by the dreaded KGB secret police. Sveta is stunned when officers show up at her door. Inexplicably, they know about a fainting spell she once had: a trance she slipped into. Something like a vision.
Some very powerful people believe Sveta is capable of serving the regime as much more than a dancer. They want to enlist her against the West as a psychic spy. She must explore this other talent if she is to erase the sins of her family, if she is to dance on the world stage for the Motherland—if she is to survive.
|Title||:||Orphan, Agent, Prima, Pawn (The Bolshoi Saga #3)|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
September 14, 2017
Featured in "Reading on a Theme: Young Ballet Dancers" on Intellectual Recreation.
In 1958 Russia, Svetlana is a resident of an orphanage for children of Enemies of the People. Sveta is also an incredibly passionate and talented ballet dancer, and she's determined to be a star of the Bolshoi Ball...
June 13, 2017
Orphan, Agent, Prima, Pawn has a lot going for it from the integration of Russian words and phrases to the incorporation of meticulously researched historical fact, and from the beautiful imagery to a complicated love story that could have entertained on it’s own. But what I love the most about t...
August 05, 2017
8/5/17 Full review tk. Definitely going to look up the first two books, tho.
August 07, 2017
Thank you to Soho Teen for sending me a solicited physical copy of this book in exchange for my honest review!
"Three woman robbed of their fathers, hobbled by their mothers, left on their own. Three injured dancers- prisoners, pawns, and devoted acolytes of the Bolshoi Ballet."
When I first heard...