Tag Archives: France

Night Trilogy by Elie Wiesel


I checked out this book during Holocaust Remembrance Month. The first book Night is an account of Elie’s village in Transylvania being emptied of its Jews, his separation from his mother and little sister after they were transported by train, … Continue reading

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Divisadero by Michael Ondaatje


I picked up Divisadero because it looked like it would be about the San Francisco area. I quickly learned that the Spanish word divisadero has at least two meanings. It can mean division or dividing place; for example, Divisadero in … Continue reading

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Pandora’s Daughter, by Iris Johansen


Pandora’s Daughter combines cloak and dagger, CIA and child traffickers with an ancient ledger that contains the names of an entire lineage with various psychic abilities dating back to the Inquisition in Spain. The main foursome are a  young woman doctor Megan Blair,Grady — a sort … Continue reading

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