One day in Paris, right after World War I is experienced by four different Parisians. While I was not able to emotionally connect with any of them, it was fun watching them through the “window” of a book. Making brief appearances are Ernest Hemingway, Josephine Baker and Sylvia Beach from the bookstore Shakespeare and Company. Geez, I just wished it would have ended on a happier note. You are left in suspense at the end with a knock on the door of a hotel. It is beautifully written and while I often lose interest in books where I can identify with no one, I didn’t lose interest in this one

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