A novel by Sarah Jio
Historical Fiction, Women’s Fiction
Publication date August 13, 2019
Sarah Jio is the New York Times bestselling author of ALWAYS, published by Random House (Ballantine), as well as seven other novels from Penguin Books, including, THE VIOLETS OF MARCH, THE BUNGALOW, BLACKBERRY WINTER, THE LAST CAMELLIA, MORNING GLORY, GOODNIGHT JUNE, and THE LOOK OF LOVE. Sarah is also a journalist who has contributed to The New York Times, Glamour, O, The Oprah Magazine, Glamour, SELF, Real Simple, Fitness, Marie Claire, and many others. She has appeared as a commentator on NPR’s Morning Edition. Her novels are translated into more than 25 languages. Sarah lives in Seattle with her three young boys.
The Grateful Reader Review: by Dorothy Schwab
In All the Flowers in Paris, Caroline and Celine, though decades apart, are actually connected by the city of Paris, a discovery of lost letters, and hidden secrets;these are arranged in an enchanting bouquet of a novel told in the form of a dual narrative. For readers who just can’t get enough of stories of courage that come out of Nazi-occupied Paris and the lengths women went to protect their loved ones-here’s the novel for you! It’s filled with lessons of love, gratitude and forgiveness. You’ll treasure your families and the freedoms you have as this novel unfolds and blooms in your heart and mind.