The Paris Orphan by Natasha Lester

Available September 3: The Paris Orphan

***** 5 stars, Loved it and stayed up all night reading: The Paris Orphan is another must-read WWII drama and one of the best books we’ve read in 2019.

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Recommended readers:

  • If you like novels with WWII history and drama
  • If you want an action-packed, historical read
  • If you like strong female characters

Here’s my Rankings:

  • 5/5 for characters
  • 5/5 for plot
  • 5/5 overall

REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:

I knew I  had to read The Paris Orphan. The previous book by Natasha Lester was one of our  favorite books of 2018. And what I loved about the first, I love about the second: dual plot-line in WWII and current times tying together in the end, more excellent storytelling and even more bittersweet love and heartbreak.

The Paris Orphan weaves together the story of Jessica May – once model now one of the only female journalists allowed to  document the war from various locations – and modern day 20-something art curator D’arcy Hallworth, who’s been commissioned to visit a French Chateau and review the work of an reclusive artist. The tragic, dramatic times of World War II create a powerful backdrop to a heartbreaking story of selfless love, sacrifice and ultimately peace. Another must-read WWII drama and one of the best books we’ve read in 2019.

Available September 3: The Paris Orphan

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