Friday Morning Bookclub

December 22, 2009

Rate The Book Sarah’s Key By Tatiana de Rosnay

Filed under: Historical Fiction,Polls,Rate The Book,Sarah's Key — susanbright @ 7:53 pm

 

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  1. Hi again! Mona here – Sarah from St. Croix friend
    Sarah’s Key is our January 12th meeting book. Just finished reading it yesterday and I was a blubbery mess for most of the morning and yes I did have to read into the hours of the night…as I needed to know just a little bit more before I could put it down. I believe it will be a good book discussion.
    Are there any comments that the “Friday Morning Book Club” would like to add to the “Book Lovers” meeting?

    Comment by Mona — January 8, 2010 @ 1:43 pm | Reply

  2. Welcome back Mona! Thanks for checking in with us again! Sarah’s Key led to a fascinating disscussion and almost everyone loved the book. It was shocking how little most of us knew about the Vel’d’Hiv’roundup of the Jews in France.

    Comment by susanbright — January 8, 2010 @ 9:07 pm | Reply

  3. The first time I had heard of the Vel D’Hiv roundup of the Jews in France was in a novel called “Broken For You” by Stephanie Kallos. While it is not a “holocaust book”, it does make mention of that event, and I found it to be an engrossing, fascinating novel.

    Comment by Esther J. — January 9, 2010 @ 2:38 pm | Reply


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