The Paris Network (by Siobhan Curham)

I love stories set during the WWII time period. And this one was a pleasure to read. I actually listened to the audiobook and enjoyed it immensely. I think the narrator did a great job juggling all the different dialects. It was a plus that Laurance’s thoughts were expressed with an American accent. That made it easy to distinguish between her dialogue and when she was thinking to herself. The dual timeline was well done and the characters well developed. This was a love story amidst the horrors of the Nazi regime. But it wasn’t sappy sweet. I continue to be amazed at the courage so many individuals displayed during a time of pure evil. This will have you grabbing for a tissue as you experience strength, resilience, love, longing, and extreme courage. This is definitely one to put on your to-be-read list!

Thank you to NetGalley and Bookoutre for my advanced review copy. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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