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    Up there with his best

    I thought that "the Girl on Green Dolphin Street", Faulk's first novel, was one of the best I have ever read. Subsequent books have been variable but, nonetheless, enjoyable. This one is very good. An American scholar travels to Paris to research material for her dissertation based on the lives of French women in Paris during the German occupation in WW2. In Algeria, a feckless youth is trying to find his way in life and goes to Paris to connect with the past life of his mother, now departed, who had lived there. This story traces their relationship, their interaction with friends and strangers who they meet along the way, all the while trying to capture the spirit of the city itself. A well thought out, well written story on every level.
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    Paris Echo

    Didn't connect with the characters. didn't care about them. But loved the historical parts, wanted to know more about the people from the past. never knew about the murky history of the French- how they aided the Natzis.
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    Paris echoes

    Plot weak. Characters lack the power of Faulks' previous works, Eg . Engleby.
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