Thursday, October 20, 2011

[Book Review] SARAH'S KEY by Tatiana de Rosnay


Kay reviews SARAH'S KEY by Tatiana de Rosnay

The Holocaust was and is an unimaginable horror, but we fool ourselves sometimes into thinking we know all there is to know about that horror. This book finds yet another twist as it tells the story of Sarah – a young girl caught up in crimes committed against thousands of French Jewish families.

The story traces the effects of the Holocaust on the lives of families in 21st century Paris. There is a reason this book has been a favorite among book clubs for months. If you read it, you will not forget it.

Kay Mills Due, Public Services

*Compare Kay's thoughts on Sarah's Key with a previous review from Sarah Frierson.

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