Rebecca Graf Reviews The Siren of Paris

Author, reviewer, and blogger Rebecca Graf shares her review of The Siren of Paris, at A Book Blogger’s Library:

Here’s a snippet:

The extensive research is obvious as one sits in an art class, watches the masses running from the bombers, and the dead floating in the sea. One would think they were there trying to save lives by pretending not to be part of the Resistance and dealing the ghosts that haunt your every waking moment.

The characters are well-developed with layers upon layers for the reader to dive through. Just when you have one pegged, another layer is revealed toward the soul. This is not a romance story. This is not a story of occupied France. This is the story of one man drawn to his country of birth and the people who have become his family while holding his own past against himself. It is the story of a soul’s struggle to let go and

Rich in historical detail and full of suspense, The Siren of Paris explores the journey of one American from medical student, to artist, to political prisoner at Buchenwald Concentration Camp during World War II.

Marc, a French born American student, never suspected that he would become trapped in German occupied France when he came to Paris in the summer of 1939 to study art. While smuggling a downed airman out of the American Hospital, through the Paris resistance underground, his life is plunged into total darkness when someone he trusts becomes a collaborator agent for the Gestapo. Marc then must fight to save his soul when he is banished to the “Fog and the Night” of Buchenwald, where he struggles with guilt over the consequences of having his trust betrayed.

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