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The Invisible Bridge
I found my time with this book to be well spent. It is an elegant book with details that inhabit you and get beneath your skin. The book follows Andras Levi, a Hungarian architectural student studying in Paris, through the late 1930's and into the 1940's. Levi and his family and friends are swept up by World War II. I loved Orringer's writing and it is obvious she researched her subject very carefully. In the epilogue she states the book was inspired by her own families history. Although this book is long, almost 600 pages, it is a page turner and not difficult to finish. I recommend it highly.
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