Review from OnlineBookClub.org
I found this book to be one of a kind. It’s one thing to be presented with an amazing plot, and another to be taken back in time to the 1960s. But all thanks to Williams, these two were fused perfectly together. My favorite character in this book is Miles. I admire greatly his calm and composed manner, love, passion, and devotion he always has towards his patients and tasks. My favorite aspect of this book is the history, art, and tour around France. This was done by Ingrid, who is from the base travel office. Just by the descriptions of France provided in this book, I was transported back in time. The cities, art galleries, dressing, and not to mention the devastating event of the Holocaust narrated by characters in this book, is one that would make you glued to your seat as you read.
In truth, I found nothing to hate or dislike about this book. The plot was straight to the point, easy to read, and also interesting. This book had no trace of typos or errors, showing it is exceptionally well edited. Just with the author’s style and presentation, I would read this book over and over if I have to. All I can say is that I am deeply impressed. There are also so many things to learn from this book. One of which I quote is, “we are inspired by others, but we must not be copiers. It’s best to seek elements of another’s success and use them to discover your originality”. It’s my favorite quote in this book.
Finally, I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. I believe it’s well deserved my rating because of my above praises. I recommend it to lovers of historical and adventure books. Those interested in art can also find this book interesting.