The Paper Girl of Paris

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Sixteen-year-old Alice is spending the summer in Paris, but she isn’t there for pastries and walks along the Seine. When her grandmother passed away two months ago, she left Alice an apartment in France that no one knew existed. An apartment that has been locked for more than seventy years.

Alice is determined to find out why the apartment was abandoned and why her grandmother never once mentioned the family she left behind when she moved to America after World War II. With the help of Paul, a charming Parisian student, she sets out to uncover the truth. However, the more time she spends digging through the mysteries of the past, the more she realizes there are secrets in the present that her family is still refusing to talk about.

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Sixteen-year-old Adalyn doesn’t recognize Paris anymore. Everywhere she looks, there are Nazis, and every day brings a new horror of life under the Occupation. When she meets Luc, the dashing and enigmatic leader of a resistance group, Adalyn feels she finally has a chance to fight back. But keeping up the appearance of being a much-admired socialite while working to undermine the Nazis is more complicated than she could have imagined. As the war goes on, Adalyn finds herself having to make more and more compromises—to her safety, to her reputation, and to her relationships with the people she loves the most.

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Title:The Paper Girl of Paris
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    The Paper Girl of Paris Reviews

  • Zo ?

    This was SUCH a heavy book to read, but also super interesting! It tells the story of the people who were brave enough to resist the Germans during the Second World War, and it was honestly so impactf...

  • Amanda Belcher

    This one is probably about a 3.5 for me but I rounded up because the ending was satisfying and improved upon some of the things I wasn't a fan of throughout the earlier parts of the book (mainly the p...

  • Alexa

    3.5 stars, but I’m comfortable rounding up for the feels this one gave me. I appreciated many aspects of this story: the multiple timelines and narratives, the Paris setting, the uncovering of a par...

  • Claude's Bookzone

    2.5 StarsCW: (view spoiler)[Mother suffers from depression and has attempted suicide, war crimes (hide spoiler)]This WWII story is about Alice trying to uncover the mystery of why her grandmother left...

  • Caden

    5/5 Stars! Trigger Warning for Depression I absolutely loved this book. I am a huge fan of historical fiction and historical romance, so I immediately knew that I was going to like this book from the ...

  • Ilhaam

    “Did you make it here okay? The trains ran smoothly, Luc. The trains ran smoothly.” I just sobbed half the life out of my body. This book was incredible. I will admit that in the beginning I was a...

  • Vee_Bookish // stan shea coule

    Happy release day! I'm a day late.This is my most anticipated book for May....

  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a sweet, inspiring story! It starts with a young woman inheriting her grandm...

  • Lindsey (Bring My Books)

    This is a title where the topic of intended audience is so important - as an adult reader, I found myself unable to really get into the story, but I think as a younger reader I would have loved this. ...

  • Raji

    Find this review and more on my blog at Worlds Unlike Our Own .3.5 starsThank you to the publisher, HarperTeen, and Edelweiss for providing me with an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest re...