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The Paris Library: a novel of courage and betrayal in Occupied Paris Paperback – 2 February 2021

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  • ISBN-10 : 1529335450
  • Paperback : 336 pages
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1529335453
  • Publisher : Two Roads (2 February 2021)
  • Language: : English
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.2 out of 5 stars 28 ratings

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A wonderful novel celebrating the power of books and libraries to change people's lives. Enthralling, moving and based on little-known real events. - Jill Mansell, author of MAYBE THIS TIME

A book about books, lovers and book lovers - what's not to love? A wonderful tale about a library that provides a beacon of hope in the darkness and despair of war. Heart-breaking and heart-lifting in turn and always enchanting. - Ruth Hogan, author of THE KEEPER OF LOST THINGS

As a Parisian, an ardent bookworm , and a longtime fan of the American Library in Paris, I devoured The Paris Library in one hungry gulp. It is charming and moving, with a perfect balance between history and fiction. - Tatiana de Rosnay, author of SARAH'S KEY

An irresistible combination of two of my favourite things: Paris and libraries. What's not to love?! Utterly charming - Natasha Lester, author of THE PARIS ORPHAN

A fresh take on WWII France that will appeal to bibliophiles everywhere. I fell in love with Odile and Lily, with their struggles and triumphs, from the very first page. Meticulously researched, The Paris Library is an irresistible, compelling read. - Fiona Davis, author of THE CHELSEA GIRLS

A delightful chronicle of a woman's life in WWII-era Paris and rural 1980s Montana . . .Charles's richly detailed plot incorporates historical figures from the American Library and highlights the perils of occupied Paris. Historical fiction fans will be drawn to the realistic narrative and the bond of friendship forged between a widow and a lonely young girl - Publishers' Weekly

Compelling - Woman & Home

Review

A wonderful novel celebrating the power of books and libraries to change people's lives. Enthralling, moving and based on little-known real events. - Jill Mansell, author of MAYBE THIS TIME

A book about books, lovers and book lovers - what's not to love? A wonderful tale about a library that provides a beacon of hope in the darkness and despair of war. Heart-breaking and heart-lifting in turn and always enchanting. - Ruth Hogan, author of THE KEEPER OF LOST THINGS

As a Parisian, an ardent bookworm , and a longtime fan of the American Library in Paris, I devoured The Paris Library in one hungry gulp. It is charming and moving, with a perfect balance between history and fiction. - Tatiana de Rosnay, author of SARAH'S KEY

An irresistible combination of two of my favourite things: Paris and libraries. What's not to love?! Utterly charming - Natasha Lester, author of THE PARIS ORPHAN

A fresh take on WWII France that will appeal to bibliophiles everywhere. I fell in love with Odile and Lily, with their struggles and triumphs, from the very first page. Meticulously researched, The Paris Library is an irresistible, compelling read. - Fiona Davis, author of THE CHELSEA GIRLS

A delightful chronicle of a woman's life in WWII-era Paris and rural 1980s Montana . . .Charles's richly detailed plot incorporates historical figures from the American Library and highlights the perils of occupied Paris. Historical fiction fans will be drawn to the realistic narrative and the bond of friendship forged between a widow and a lonely young girl - Publishers' Weekly

Compelling - Woman & Home