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Paris Never Leaves You Living through WWII working in a Paris bookstore with her young daughter, Vivi, and fighting for her life, Charlotte is no victim, she is a survivor But can she survive the next chapter of her life Alternating between wartime Paris and s New York publishing, Paris Never Leaves You is an extraordinary story of resilience, love, and impossible choices, exploring how survival never comes without a cost The war is over, but the past is never past

10 thoughts on “Paris Never Leaves You

  1. says:

    Started this one with Lindsay, she finished and I am leaving Paris in these pages before it never leaves me.This just wasn t the right book in the bookshop for me The two timelines didn t weave together well for me and the story felt disconnected along with the characters After Lindsay finished this one I decided not to My rating is based on when I was reading it So pleas

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    2 stars Completely missed its mark with me.A WWII novel with a book shop and a publishing house storyline This book sounded right up my alley as far as historical fiction novels go Sadly, my initial connection and excitement disappeared a couple chapters in I wasn t invested in the characters or storylines and was skim reading by the end My main issue was the forced romance th

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    I won this ARC in a GoodReads Giveaway many thanks to GoodReads and the publisher for this opportunity.This book was written with a little different perspective from my usual WWII reads I found myself reading it obsessively all day and into the early evening because I could not put it down Charlotte s harrowing experiences mixed with her combined self loathing, survivor s guilt and

  4. says:

    Paris Never Leaves You may sound like some sort of romance novel, but it s actuallya story about identity and survival Charlotte and her daughter, Vivi, survive most of WWII in Paris Their time in a camp was limited to right before liberation Yes, there is a romance involved but it is crucial to her survival The book alternates between their time during the war and the years afterward i

  5. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley, St Martin s Press and Beatrice Jason for an egalley of this novel in exchange for an honest review. Alternating between New York in the 1950 s and Paris in the 1940 s,Paris Never Leaves You was a compelling story about a bookseller, Charlotte and her baby daughter, Vivienne, who survive occupation during the war and are sponsored by acquaintances to find a new life in th

  6. says:

    I had some issues with this book but I am thankful I read it The author chose to show the main character s life during the war and after the war and I thought it enhanced the story tremendously For whatever reason, most historical fiction writers only focus on World War 2 when in my opinion there is still so much to be written about the aftermath Charlotte is the mother of a young girl and is wor

  7. says:

    War is hell I often find that reading books about war is the same I do my best to avoid them The premise of Paris Never Leaves You is that it was post WWII, however, that isn t totally accurate Set in a dual timeline, the story alternates between the 1950s in NYC where we find Charlotte and her daughter living post war and the 1940s in France and what Charlotte had to do to survive the war to get to t

  8. says:

    Thank so much to Edelweiss, St Martin s Press and Ellen Feldman for my digital copy of her new book Paris Never Leaves You, I read a lot of WW II historical fiction, this book is absolutely brilliant, one of the best I have read this year and I didn t want it to end.Occupied France, Charlotte Foret, is a young french widow and she has an eighteen month old daughter called Vivienne Charlotte and her friend

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    Genre Historical Fiction Women s FictionPublisher St Martin s PressPub Date June 2, 2020When did Women s Fiction morph into Romance Fiction Or is it just me who feels the shift Traditional women s fiction focuses on a woman s lifetime journey There is frequently a love interest A romance novel focuses entirely on a woman s romantic relationships and usually has a happy ending This novel has two timelines during

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    I have been avoiding books on WWII There are just too many of them and I am overwhelmed For some reason I ordered this one and I am glad I did I really liked it and there were plenty of twists that made itinteresting Charlotte is working at a bookstore this could be why I picked this book during WWII and raising her young daughter, Vivi I am thrilled there were bookstores open during the German occupation but wonder

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