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    Wat een verhaal

    Dit boek is zo mooi, ook zielig is in WW 2 en dit verhaal had echt kunnen zijn. In de oorlog zijn de Joden zo vreselijk behandeld. Dit is een verhaal over een Joods familie met een bloemen winkel. Een gezin van vader, dochter en kleindochter die proberen te overleven. Zo’n mooi boek ik zal deze boek niet gauw vergeten. Toekomst en verleden komen bijeen in dit boek. Echt een aanrader!
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    Historical Fiction WW II Paris

    Celine lives in 1940's Paris, she's a widow, she lives with her father and her daughter Cosi. They own and run a busy florist shop and their lives are changed forever when the Germans invade Paris. A German officer notices how pretty Celine is and he discovers that Celine's father is part Jewish. He's an evil man, he has her father arrested, holds Celine captive in a apartment in Paris and she manages to hide Cosi from him. American Caroline 2009, wakes up in hospital in Paris and has lost her memory. She can't remember anything about her past life, she's discharged from hospital and she's sent home to live in her apartment. They found her address from information in her bag, she has no idea about her former life, and why she's living in Paris? One day while searching for clues about herself in her apartment she finds a hidden box with love letters inside, written by a woman called Celine to her lost love Luc during WW II. While trying to find out what happened to Celine, Caroline starts to have little flash backs, small details start to pop up in her memory, she eventually remembers what happened to her and her daughter Alma. Caroline and Celine are both mothers, by discovering what happened to Celine during WW II also helps Caroline come to terms with her own tragic loss and deal with her painful past. I enjoyed All The Flowers In Paris, I had no issues following the dual time line and I gave it 4 stars.
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