"Sarah's Key" was a very emotional book. Reading it made me feel lucky to live in present day times. I wasn't the biggest fan of how the chapters switched from the main character to the main characters, Sarah and Julia, but it worked alright. It confused me at first, and in the end it made so much more sense. Julia's personal life was way to involved in the book, and it didn't matter to the story. Hearing Sarah's story intertwining in Julia's life was my favorite part. The visuals Sarah really saw were incredibly graphic. Tatiana de Rosnay did an amazing job at using imagery and figurative language. I don't have any book connections, but I am going to read Anne Frank, so that could be a connection.