The Lost Girls of Paris PDF Download

The Lost Girls of Paris PDF Download

By: Pam Jenoff
Genre: Historical, Fiction & Literature
Relase Date: 2019-01-29

ev kuster

This was an interesting subject, but Jenoff’s plot points were implausible and handled in a sophomoric style.

fgianakos

Towards the end, couldn’t put it down. Jenoff has whet my appetite for more historical fiction. Nice job!

Mel bookworm

Captivating story of everyday women, asked to leave their jobs, their families, their homes, vanish without a trace, and risk their lives to help their country. Enduring harsh mental and physical training in such a brief time period, inadequate at best, thrust into enemy-held territory, these women risked it all. Truly forgotten and diminished in a male-dominated war, their contributions still go unnoticed and uncelebrated today. The writer lived in and captured the hearts and minds of each character so eloquently, so tenderly, as if she herself lived each life uniquely. Such a profound story! I could not put it down!

hrd2mpres

Amateurish. Reads like a lame Harlequin novel. Blech!

clegeman

A great historical novel of true female heroes of WW II. Let us not forget the atrocities committed by the Third Reich in these challenging times to our own rights and freedoms.

Lyndj1109

This book is ridiculous

Shawna2485

This book draws you in. I couldn’t stop reading. I have recommended it to several people. Tops my list!

cassiew16

The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff is Historical Thriller Fiction set in World War II and just after. I loved this book as I have every book Pam Jenoff has written. The characters and settings are well written, the reader is immediately drawn into their world and lives. This book has non stop action, thrills, tragedy, mystery and love. The girls work in conjunction with various groups and citizens to thwart the Nazi forces.. It is a story of their strength, bravery, hardships and sorrows that they endured. I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. My thanks to the author, the publisher and netgalley for the privilege to read, review and enjoy this book