Jan 26, 2022

The Lost Girls of Paris: A Novel

ß The Lost Girls of Paris: A Novel ✓ Pam Jenoff ß The Lost Girls of Paris: A Novel ✓ Pam Jenoff - The Lost Girls of Paris: A Novel, The Lost Girls of Paris A Novel A New York Times BestsellerFraught with danger filled with mystery and meticulously researched The Lost Girls of Paris is a fascinating tale of the hidden women who helped to win the war Lisa Winga

  • Publisher‏:‎ Park Row; Original edition (January 29, 2019)
  • Publication date‏:‎ January 29, 2019
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1535 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 385 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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The Lost Girls of Paris: A Novel

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397 thought on “The Lost Girls of Paris: A Novel

  1. This author has written women as silly girls who make ridiculous mistake after ridiculous mistake, all in the name of love They give up secrets to the Nazis, not out of fear, but for a man This book does a disservice to the incredibly brave women who gave their lives for what is right during WWII.


  2. Gooey, sentimental prose that telegraphs the romantic denouments a mile away completely improbable plotting and sloppy research there is, for example, no West River in New York City I genuinely disliked this book, and quit reading somewhere in the middle in the firm conviction that life is too short to waste any of it reading sticky nonsense like this The heroines of WWII deserve better.


  3. To say this book is historical fiction is like claiming that Alice in Wonderland is about the natural habitat of rabbits This was one of the most unrealistic books I have ever read I read a lot The fact that it has a good review by Glamour magazine and the author wrote for a strictly romance publisher should give you a hint A woman is being tortured to death and she is worried about the disgusting lice in her hair A boxcar of prisoners dying of heat and thirst but the heroine wets a rag to wipe [...]


  4. The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff is a compelling read that transports the reader to the days just before and after the end of WW2 Those who enjoyed the Alice Network, understand the dangers of thwarting the Nazis and are in the mood for another novel emphasizing the bravery and unknown service of women trained as spies to aid the resistance movement in France during the German occupation will find this story of behind the scenes radio operatives both nail biting and sad Even as Jenoff succe [...]


  5. This is a book purchased on.I have not finished the book yet I am liking the story so far There is one HUGE glaring historical error Grace the American In 1946 goes into a diner and sees a news broadcast on television Hardly anything or anyone had a TV in 1946 The first televised newscast was Jan 12,1952


  6. Thank you to all the reader reviewers who disliked this book I thought it might be only my picky reading that found so many inaccuracies and anachronisms, but it seems I m not alone I ve only read a fraction of the book so far and it has me cringing a lot Meticulous research No way As others have said, don t waste your money unless silly historical romances are your cup of tea.


  7. The story had so many coincidences as to be unbelievable Really disappointing throughout Didn t feel anywhere close to a real depiction of war time events


  8. It really irritates me when American authors can t be bothered to research properly and making glaring errors about Britain and the English language.Don t waste your time or money on this, there are far better books about Vera Atkins and the female SOE agents Changing names and accents does little to disguise that this is merely a copy of far accurate and better written stories.


  9. Others above have commented on some of the errors, I have to add No one used the expression asking for the loo in the 1940s it only really came into common use in the 70s Duvets did not exist in WW2 England we had sheets and blankets, and a bedspread if we were lucky The QE2 was launched in 1967, so hardly a honeymoon choice for Grace and Tom Elinor could not have done research at the Public Record Office in Kew in 1946 because it only opened in 1977 What was this small tablet that Mark pulled f [...]


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