[Reading] ➺ All the Flowers in Paris By Sarah Jio – Golanvideoagency.info

All the Flowers in Paris Two Women Are Connected Across Time By The City Of Paris, A Mysterious Journal, And Shocking Secrets, Sweeping From World War II To The Present For Readers Of Sarah S KeyWhen Caroline Wakes Up In A Paris Hospital With No Memory Of Her Past, She S Confused To Learn That She S Lived A Sad, Reclusive Life For Years In A Sprawling Apartment On The Seine Slowly Regaining Vague Memories Of A Man And Young Child, She Vows To Piece Her Life Back Together Though She Can T Help But Feel She May Be In Danger A Budding Friendship With The Chef Of A Charming Nearby Restaurant Takes Her Mind Off Of Her Foggy Past, As Does A Startling Mystery From Decades PriorIn Nazi Occupied Paris, Young Widow Celine Lives A Quiet Life With Her Father, The Local Florist, And Her Daughter, Cosi When A Ruthless German Officer Discovers The Family S Jewish Ancestry, He Blackmails Celine, Forcing Her To Become His Mistress In Exchange For The Others Safety The Trio Plans An Escape, But Their Mission Goes Horribly Awry And Celine S Beloved Father And Daughter Are Sent Away To A Cruel Fate Initially Distraught, Celine Fears The Worst Yet She Soon Discovers That Cosi Has Snuck Away And Followed Her Into Captivity More Motivated Than Ever, Celine Must Now Fight To Hide And Protect The Person She Loves MostParallel Timelines Intersect When Caroline Discovers Celine S Diary Tucked Away In A Closet, And It Is Revealed That The Walls Of Her Apartment Harbor Dark Secrets With The Help Of A Local Student From The Sorbonne, She Realizes That She May Have In Common With Celine Than She Could Ever Imagine


About the Author: Sarah Jio

Sarah Jio is the New York Times bestselling author of ALWAYS, published by Random House Ballantine , as well as seven other novels from Penguin Books, including, THE VIOLETS OF MARCH, THE BUNGALOW, BLACKBERRY WINTER, THE LAST CAMELLIA, MORNING GLORY, GOODNIGHT JUNE, and THE LOOK OF LOVE Sarah is also a journalist who has contributed to The New York Times, Glamour, O, The Oprah Magazine, Glamour,



10 thoughts on “All the Flowers in Paris

  1. says:

    Set in 2009 Paris, France, Caroline suffers memory loss after a bike incident While searching for her past, she discovers letters in her apartment written by Celine from 1943 during German occupied France The reader is then taken on a journey to unearth the past of Caroline, and now Celine Along the way, Caroline becomes romantically involved with a nearby chef, and meanwhile we see Celine


  2. says:

    4.5 stars I was hesitant to read this book for a number of reasons but I am so glad I did It is a beautifully written book that brought me to tears Everything I worried about was handled wonderfully and it was a rich and realistic story set in occupied Paris in WWII Celine lives with her Papa and her young daughter, Cosi, and they run a flower shop She is in love with Luc Jeanty whose mother owns


  3. says:

    Woo Hoo I won this book from Goodreads


  4. says:

    Captivating and moving Lovers of historical fiction and intriguing mystery alike will appreciate the well written and thoughtful prose.


  5. says:

    It s 1943 in Nazi occupied Paris, France Celine lives with her Papa and her daughter, Cosi She runs a flower shop with her father and is in love with a French policeman, Luc, whose mother owns a famous restaurant Bistro Jeanty When Luc is sent away from Paris, Celine is left to take care of her family alone And things take a turn for the worse when a yellow star is put on their flower shop s door, closing it for good and


  6. says:

    All The Flowers in Paris by Sarah Jio All the Flowers in Paris is a beautifully sad story The events were hard to believe that they could happen So much sadness in the war during World War II Between the Germans and the Jewish community I do not think I will ever understand how it came about.


  7. says:

    This is a beautifully written novel I literally could not put it down Many books take me days even weeks to readI read this in two Both the main characters Caroline and Celine were such wonderful characters to follow You could feel their love, passion, heartache, confusion and fears come across the pages so clearly This story though you don t seem to see all the connections at first comes together beautifully I smiled, I was swooning at


  8. says:

    Kendi turunun okunabilir zelliklerini tasisa da bir an artik hic bir sekilde ikinci dunya savasi naziler k tu almanlar sevimli fransizlar la ilgili artik hic bir kitaba tahamulum kalmadigini anladim.Genc nesil icin baska tabii Okumayi grendigimden beri kitap okuyorum simdiye kadar okudugum kitaplarin yuzde yetmisi ikinci dunya savasi ile ilgili mutlaka en azindan kisada olsa bir anlatim icerdiginden mutlaka benim neden bu tip kitaplara karsi ar


  9. says:

    A book that is full of love, hope and unfortunately evil, and you find yourself quickly immersed in these stories, and the lives of the individuals the author has presented to us.We become personally acquainted with these folks, and we are spanning decades, all the while being located in Paris, France We begin with present day, but flash back to a horrible time when the building we are staying in was occupied by a German Officer.I loved how this story


  10. says:

    This is a beautiful well written love story to the city of Paris It s written in dual timelines one is Celine s story in the 40s when Paris was occupied by the Germans and the other is Caroline s story in today s Paris Sometimes with dual timelines, I enjoy one story than the other but with this book, I was equally interested in both timelines and anxious to find out how they would end.Celine lives in Paris with her father and her daughter and they own a smal


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