Journalist, consultant and audible addict.
There are compelling moments in this book, and vivid writing... It's worthy of a read, but probably won't make your all-time favorites list.
What a wonderful story. Made me stop and realize how many events pass by and we have no idea what some people are really working through. May God bless all those who have suffered through such horrible times. The story line keeps you interested and moves fast. An enjoyable book and strongly recomend it.
This novel tells a story, however fictional, that needs to be told to the current generation. Many young folks think that this could never happen!!! Such things did!
Very interesting and informative. The whole first part was so good. After the author stopped going back and forth in time to tell the story I was not as captivated. Overall a good listen.
Brings to light the French Holocaust of which not many people are aware. The story was a little too coincidental but entertaining.
I'm sad to say I did not know about the round up of Jews in France 1942. This gave me a history lesson. Too much time was spent on Julia and her personal family and problems the fictional part of the book. I would have liked to hear more on this time period in France.
Moving story of a current day jorunalist who covers the little known involvemnet of the French who cooperated with the Germans in sending Jews to the concentration camps. The most interesting elements are those involving the child who is the foundation of the story--Sarah. I would have liked to read more about her and less about the modern day trite events involving the journalist and her husband. Of course it all comes together, neatly tied up in the end. Nonetheless, a moving story overall and well worth the read. The reader was excellent.