Thursday, April 7, 2011

What's in a Name, 13 rue Therese

I was really excited to read this book, love the cover, and read many reviews raving about it. And it did not disappoint.




I really enjoy books written in letter format, and this one was quite like that.  It also "travelled" which I really enjoyed.  I completely understood Louise's feeling about having a baby.  I'm not sure, I understood her wandering thoughts, and her means of entertainment were simple "unusual".  A most interesting read.  I recommend it. You might have guessed by now, I like to read of the lives of individuals affected by war.  Not sure why?

I read this book as part of the What's in a Name Challenge.
Support Your Local Library
Books Read in 2011
Reagan Arthur Book Challenge
Where are You Reading? - France

8 comments:

Mary said...

I liked it too, Irene. Unusual, intriguing, and fresh.

Jenners said...

I've found that I enjoy books written in letter format too. It is more effective than I thought it would be. I love that cover too!

Shonna said...

Hey, this one is on my list too! It looks really good.
Funny that both books we picked had a WWI theme.

Nise' said...

Glad you liked this one, I did too. The website is fun to visit

Jeanne said...

I like the sound of this one. Enjoying the letter format myself too. Reading 'as always, Julia' right now, a collection of Julia Childs letters to her editor. Excellent.

ros@dimaggio63 said...

Hi Irene,
mi dai tanti spunti di lettura... credo che questo sia un libro veramente affascinante.... lo cercherò on-line....
Buona giornat amica mia :))
Myriam

bermudaonion said...

I enjoyed this one too - it was such a unique book.

Jenny the Pirate said...

Now THIS sounds like something I'd love to read! Anything French, anything romantic, anything that blends past and present. Thanks for the tip, dear Irene!

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