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Feb 22, Stephen rated it it was amazing Wonderful literature. The poles should be re-named The People of Job as they have suffered unawares for centuries while at the same time have defended western civilization with truly uncommon valor and integrity. The west owes a debt of thanks to these honorable people.
It is crazy that they languished under the yoke communism after WWII and that we "blessed" it. To get things worst, the initial chapters of Pan Wolodyjowski were boring, and not by the romantic plot, but for the choices Michal had made.
And then, some years have gone, some things changes and the story turnabout. Thankfully for the best. With border skirmishes and battles, the old pan Michal returns and the war with the turks takes form, resulting in a catchy story. I believe that the mix of little stuffs concerning the characters, with great historical events is what make a good historical novel.
And that is what was presented in the book, the same case as The Deluge, making the decision of which is the best part of the series so difficult. Therefore, I can not agree that the second, is the best, or the first is not so good, as I had read through reviews and comments.
Pan Wołodyjowski (film)