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The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer
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Dec 07, 10

Read in November, 2010

This is riveting -- obviously true account that takes place during the WW2 period in Europe, & is a highly readable & engaging piece of work that I loved so much I'll stop now. Hungarian Jews. Brilliantly done; reminds me of Tolstoy.
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Elizabeth (Alaska) Ok, added. I'm sort of a sucker for debut novels anyway, but with your comments, I suspect I can look forward to this one especially.


Barbara You have futher convinced me to read this with your nice little review! It's on reserve for me at the library.


Maria Your new picture is beautiful!


Barbara Thanks, Maria. I decided that it was time to show my silly face.


Rose "Well, hello gorgeous!" Very nice to see you! :)


Barbara Aww, gee, Rose! Thank you! :)


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