Friday, July 1, 2016

The Light Of Paris by Eleanor Brown . Review

This gorgeous story takes place in Paris and Chicago. It is about two women from the one family , Madeline in the 90's in Chicago and her grandmother Margie in Paris during the Jazz age  ,where she was a free spirit . What I loved about both these women was that they had an unconventional outlook on what way their life should look , and what they needed to do to make themselves happy . They were kindred spirits living in very different times but with the same types of problems making me wonder does life really ever change that much no matter how much we learn and progress , the most basic human emotions remain the same. The story puts great emphasis on the importance of staying true to yourself if you want to be truly happy and I found myself agreeing with the author . This book is the literary equivalent of chocolate cake and whipped cream.   

I received this book for review from the lovely people over at
This book is being published July 2016 and will be available from Lovereading and all other good bookstores then. 
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