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  • Kate Rosier

    Sarah's Key by Tatiana De Rosnay (June 2010) Book Club rating 4 out of 5

  • Paula Thomas

    Sarah's Key - Tatiana De Rosnay not my super favorite but worth reading

  • Heather Wiseman

    Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay - This is one of my favorite books so far. It was incredibly sad to read but really good too. It's one of those books that sticks with you.

  • Sarah

    Sarah's Key - Tatiana de Rosnay - This was a really good book it's a page turner and a must read.

  • Jessica Ellis

    Sarah's Key ~ Tatiana DeRosnay

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I loved this book. I recently saw the movie too. The book, of course, was much better. A moving, gripping story of a very sad time in the world's history:(

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Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay - 4 out of 5 but it is really sad

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A sad and moving story about the 1942 Paris roundups and deportations of Jewish families.

Sarah's Key follows an American journalist's present-day investigation into the Vel' d'Hiv Roundup (where French police in German-occupied Paris on 16 and 17 July 1942 rounded up 13,152 predominantly non-French Jewish emigres and refugees and their French-born children and grandchildren, who were then shipped by rail to Auschwitz.

This is a touching book about France's involvement in the Holocaust. In true French fashion, they take no responsibility. ;)

Someone in Pinterest recommended this book...It's a really good book, sad story but it happened, can't deny the past. Would totally recommend.

One of my ALL TIME favorite books

Water for Elephants by Sara Grun, a lovely summer read. I loved this's also a fantastic audiobook

The Notebook - I've never seen the movie, nor have I enjoyed any of his other books the way I enjoyed this one.


    OMG I LOVED both the book and the movie. I can watch the movie over and over

A Secret Kept: also the author of Sarah's Key...wonderful writer:)

  • Amanda Hopper

    I would love to read more of her writings or some others that have a similar style...please if anyone has ideas please let me know...happy reading:-)