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The Light of Paris kindle ↠ Hardcover ã naturaltreatment é The miraculous new novel from New York Times–bestselling author Eleanor Brown whose debut The Weird Sisters was a sensation beloved by critics and readers alike Madeleine is trapped—by her family's expectations by her controlling husband and by herElegant reserved perfect But when Madeleine finds a diary detailing Margie’s bold romantic trip to Jazz Age Paris she meets the grandmother she never knew a dreamer who defied her strict staid family and spent an exhilarating summer writing in cafés living on her own and falling for a charismatic artist Despite her unhappiness when Madeleine’s marriage is threatened she panics escaping to her hometown and staying with her critical disapproving mother In that unlikely place shaken by the revelation of If I could I would rate this book a 455 I loved reading about art and Paris and I liked reading about how life was like in 1924 compared to life in 1999 Brown did an excellent job creatingcrafting the characters and describing the different lifestyles between the grandmother and granddaughter This novel reminds me to make sure I live the life I want to and to chase my dreams

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A long hidden family secret and inspired by her grandmother’s bravery Madeleine creates her own Parisian summer reconnecting to her love of painting cultivating a vibrant circle of creative friends and finding a kindred spirit in a down to earth chef who reminds her to feed both her body and her heart Margie and Madeleine’s stories intertwine to explore the joys and risks of living life on our own terms of defying the rules that hold us back from our dreams and of becoming the people we are meant to be I was so excited to be offered a copy of The Light of Paris by Eleanor Brown Any story that transports me to that lovely city is one I’m always eager to dive into Having never been and journeying with these characters as Margie had the experience of a life time makes me long to visit one day Eleanor Brown truly knows how to catapult her readers into her story and have them feel like they are traveling right alongside her characters In this story Madeleine finds herself in a marriage that wasn’t uite what she envisioned for herself It’s a loveless connection to say the least but she’s also sacrificed uite a bit to accommodate her family’s expectations Madeleine has given up the things she loved the most especially expressing herself through painting So when she travels to her hometown to visit her mother she comes across her grandmother’s journals that have her connecting with Margie in a way that awakens her desire to live according to her own terms once again Margie is a character that took a risk during a time that women had minimal say in how their lives turned out but a few months in Paris showed her that independence and chasing your dream is important than any expectation society can place on a girl I really enjoyed getting to know Margie and Madeleine There were moments in the beginning of the novel that I longed for stronger characters but it was uickly made clear that The Light of Paris is a story about self discovery and growth which ultimately happened for these two ladies Seeing their steady transformation as the novel progressed was both rewarding and gratifying Reading about the cafes theatres libraries and people of Paris was absolutely magical Eleanor Brown did an amazing job of making Margie’s journey come to life I often felt like I was strolling the streets of Paris right alongside this amazing character Overall The Light of Paris is a story that is filled with commendable characters and memorable moments all alongside a backdrop of the perfect city What I wouldn’t give for a season in Paris Lovely

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The Light of ParisThe miraculous new novel from New York Times–bestselling author Eleanor Brown whose debut The Weird Sisters was a sensation beloved by critics and readers alike Madeleine is trapped by her family's expectations by her controlling husband and by her own fears in an unhappy marriage and a life she never wanted From the outside it looks like she has everything but on the inside she fears she has nothing that matters In Madeleine’s memories her grandmother Margie is the kind of woman she should have been I can't stop thinking about this book It is exuisitely written with so many layers I read the first 6 pages about a dozen times because it was so beautiful It is the story of two women in different times Margie in 1920s Paris and her granddaughter Madeleine Both are unhappy until they find the courage to change their lives It's about coming to terms with who you are and accepting yourself I can't wait until this book is out July 12 2016 It will reach into your soul