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    Paris, France 1927, four people, each with secrets search for something lost. Camille the maid, Souren, Armenian refugee turned puppeteer, Guillaume, the artist, and Jean-Paul the journalist. The stories are told in turns a little of each character, than it goes back and tells a little more of each character. They all have much to lose and something they need to find. The war and life has been hard on all four. It is a story of humanity, of ordinary people, of hurt and fear and pasts which never left them. They cannot move into the future because they are haunted by their past. As their stories play out each in a different part of the city of Paris you will enjoy their stories as survivors and as common ordinary people with wants, needs, secrets and dreams. One person's loss is another person's secret. Somehow all four of them come together at the end of the book. It is well worth reading. It is a little difficult to keep the different parts straight, especially at the beginning of the book. It starts out slow but keep reading because it is worth it to read to the end. Thanks to Alex George, Flatiron Books, and NetGalley for allowing me to read an advance copy for an honest review.

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  • Pensive, evocative, and atmospheric!

    The Paris Hours takes you on a moving journey into the lives of four strangers in Paris for one day during 1927 and introduces you to their thoughts, feelings, motivations, fears, and dreams, and highlights just how small the world truly is and how easily our paths can cross, intertwine, and collide. The writing is eloquent and expressive. The characters are complex, damaged, and genuine. And the plot is an affecting, absorbing tale about life, loss, love, loneliness, family, friendship, heartbreak, war, grief, hope, guilt, secrets, deception, and survival. Overall, The Paris Hours is a wonderful blend of historical characters and alluring fiction that sweeps you away to another time and place and does a beautiful job of reminding you that everyone that enters your life, no matter how brief, can impact, shape, and define it.

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  • A wonderful story.

    A very well written book. I would suggest a reader should put aside enough time to keep all these wonderful characters fresh in mind. The ending is perfect!

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