In Charlotte's friendship with both men, Faulks opens up the theme of false memory and of paradises, both national and personal, that appear irredeemably lost. In a series of shocking narrative climaxes in which the full extent of French collusion in the Nazi holocaust is delineated, Faulks brings the story to a resolution of redemptive love. In the delicacy of its writing, the intimacy of its characterisation and its powerful narrative scenes of harrowing public events, Charlotte Gray is a worthy successor to Birdsong.
Romantic and exciting, this book carried me along with it's story, and once again I too fell in love .
Such a great story, that kept me engaged and wanting more. I felt each emotion and each little hint of fear as I too was carried on this journey.
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