I can't wait to see this! I wasn't a huge fan of the book but I think it will translate well (better?) tot he big screen.
Sarah's Key was a book club choice and I'm so happy it was! By far, one of my favorite reads. I loved the author's style of bringing us back and forth from the past to the present and back to the past again. While never really graphic, the writers style presents us with aspects of the war many of us may not be familiar with -- particularly the role of the Parisians. You keep pulling for the characters until the very end. One of the few books that left me feeling sad after I turned the last page because it was over.
I am reading a novel, that I am totally engrossed with. It is not from the Jewish perspective, which is different. But, the German community. There are parts that are hard to read, because I am Jewish. I am half finished. I don't know if the author is comparing the WW2 to Mexican illegal immigration. I will find that out when I finish the novel. But, it is a engrossing book. I just wanted to warn you what my thoughts were. It is called The Baker's Daughter by Sarah McCoy.
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