Books shine in the darkness of war.
Odile Souchet loves reading, and working at The Library of America in Paris is her dream job. The library provides her with a safe haven from the outside world.
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The Library will always be open during wartime. Then the Nazis invaded Paris, and everything changed. The Nazi Library Protector declares a war on words and makes the librarians’ risk life and limb to keep books safe.
“In The Paris Library, Janet Skeslien Charles illuminates a rarely seen slice of history: the roles of women and their fates during World War II.”
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Under the courageous leadership of Miss Reeder, the librarians defy the authority to ensure that all their subscribers, even the ones considered undesirable, get access to books.
The Paris Library (2020) by Janet Skeslien CharlesDune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
by The Book Guide® Editors4.7/5 Very good