Sunday, 2 August 2015
Jojo Moyes: The Girl you left behind
Usually, I am not a fan of books about wars, however, this story about Sophie Lefevre was so gripping that I could not put the book down and wanted to find out more about the people living in St Peronne during the German occupation of the First World War. The second part of the story around Olivia Halston and Paul McCafferty made for light relief in the middle of the gruesome details of the Lefevres. The story around Liv and Paul was predictable, but Sophie's and Edouard's story and the story of the painting took a few twists and turns that made for an interesting read. I really enjoyed this book...
Posted by turnpages at 07:30