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Praise for The House I Loved:
“In her quietly elegant 11th novel, the bestselling author of Sarah’s Key again explores the idea of home as both sanctuary and embodiment of history… [Rose’s] letters, poetic and honest, reveal a world soon to be destroyed by progress. A mesmerizing look at how the homes and neighborhoods we occupy hold not only our memories but our secrets as well.” – People (3 out of 4 stars)
“De Rosnay’s delicacy and the flavor of her beloved Paris are everywhere in this brief but memorable book. Replete with treats, particularly for Paris-lovers—indeed for anyone wedded to a special place.” – Kirkus (starred review)
“Those who enjoyed Sarah’s Key will recognize de Rosnay’s love for her native France and appreciate the poignancy and tenacity of her characters.” – Booklist
“The core of Paris by a phenomenal novelist.” – Elle (France)
“Fraught with drama, as the Sarah’s Key author aims to create an immersive experience in a hugely transformative period in Paris…when the city was torn between modernity and tradition. In Rose, one gets the clear sense of a woman losing her place in a changing world.” – Publishers Weekly
“Whether you approve of Baron Haussmann's modernization of the French capital or not, Tatiana de Rosnay's new book, The House I Loved, is sure to enthrall those who want to learn more about this fascinating period in history.” – Out and About In Paris
TATIANA DE ROSNAY is the author of ten novels, including the New York Times bestselling novel Sarah’s Key, an international sensation with over 5 million copies sold in 38 countries worldwide that has now been made into a major film to be released in Summer 2011. Together with Dan Brown and Stieg Larsson, she was named one of the top three fiction writers in Europe in 2010. Tatiana lives with her husband and two children in Paris.
Not the best Tatiana de Rosnay novel as I still really did like Sarah's Key the best. This book has the same theme as all of her other ones family loyalty and a family secret. Read morePublished 21 months ago by NorthernGirl10
This novel, set in Paris, is an interesting historical fiction. The love of a house causes an aging woman to stay in it until the wreckers arrive. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dorothy Morgan Matula
An interesting read and overall I enjoyed the book. However, after having read "Sarah's Key", it was a bit of a let down. Read morePublished on Dec 11 2012 by Rose S.
I waited for this book, based on Sarah"s Key, which I loved. I gave up on this book about 2/3 through, which I never do, as I just couldn't take it any more. Read morePublished on Nov. 22 2012 by shelleycga
I had the pleasure of reading Ms. DeRosnay"s previous 2 novels. This one isn't the "page turner" that they both were. Read morePublished on July 8 2012 by LMR