If I left you, no matter which road I took, with ponderous clatter indeed, the Bronze Horseman would pursue me all through that long night into my own maddening dust.
Tatiana couldn’t even answer. His body on hers was making her speechless.
“I’m furious with you.” He was kissing her as if he were dying. “You don’t care I’m furious with
I want you to know that should something happen to me, don’t worry about my body. My soul isn’t going to return to it, nor to God. It’s flying straight to you, where it knows it can find you, in Lazarevo. I want to be neither with kings nor heroes, but with the queen of Lake Ilmen.
I heard that Henry Cavill is no longer Paullina Simon’s first choice for the The Bronze Horseman adaptation because by the time the film will be produced he will be too famous because of Man of Steel. I was also told that the production is considering Ryan Gosling for the role of Alexander Belov/Barrington. She has also said that it is not up to her decide the casting. It’s the producer’s choice. Anyone knows anything?
I’m devastated. Henry Cavill IS Alexander. :(
I love Ryan Gosling though, and I know that he is perfectly capable of nailing this part, but he’s simply NOT Alexander.
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“Como é possível a mentira, traição e segredos a ligarem a outro ser humano ao invés da verdade, da confiança e da franqueza? Como pode ela não poder confiar em um membro de sua própria família sobre um assunto pessoal? Essa vida simplesmente parece gerar…
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A question to my Bronze Horseman fellow fans:
IF Henry Cavill were cast to portray Alexander Belov in the movie adaptation of The Bronze Horseman, do you think he should wear brown lenses so that he would look exactly like the character is described in the books OR would you prefer to see him with his natural beautiful blue eyes? :)
So, I’m about to finish reading The Secret Speech, the sequel of Tom Rob Smith’s Child 44, which Rob has been allegedly cast to play the main character, Liev Demidov in the book adaptation.
Since I’ve read the Bronze Horseman trilogy and have no hopes that Rob could be attached to its adaptation to cinema/TV, I really, really, really hope that the rumors about Child 44 are true.
I love both stories (TBH heaps more), and I’m sure Rob could fit perfectly both as Alexander Belov and Liev Demidov.
At this point on my TSS reading, I just cannot tell whether Liev or Alexander suffers the most. I have devoured the books just like I did with TBH, in two or three days, I found myself at 3am breathless, eager to find Liev safe and happy, because I simply couldn’t sleep thinking about how the story would end.
The Bronze Horseman (and Alexander) still are my favorites, but Child 44 (and Liev) have definitely conquered a special place in my favorite’s shelf. ;)