Suite Francaise c’est fantastique

Posted on May 5, 2006. Filed under: Books |

I finished Suite Francaise and it’s a really intricate and fantastic read. I enjoyed everything about it. The appendix at the end is equally interesting to the rest of the novel as it has the writers notes about her plans and structure ideas for the remainder of the book (which she never had the chance to write as she was Jewish and ended up in one of the concentration camps). I was sad, upon finishing that there wasn’t any more to read beyond the first 2 books and moreso because of why she died. It’s frustrating to think that the masterpiece could have been completed, then again, it would have never been written if it weren’t for the war.

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Thanks for the recommendation, I just put it on my Powell’s wishlist–looks really interesting.


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