The Paris Library – Paris, 1939: Young and eager Odile Souchet has everything: her attractive cop lover and a fantasy work at the American Library in Paris. At the point when the Nazis walk into Paris, Odile stands to lose all that she holds dear, including her darling library. Along with her kindred administrators, Odile gets the Resistance together with the best weapons she has: books. Be that as it may, when the war at last finishes, rather than opportunity, Odile tastes the harsh sting of unspeakable double-crossing.
Montana, 1983: Lily is a desolate youngster searching for experience in unassuming community Montana. Her advantage is provoked by her lone, older neighbor. As Lily reveals more about her neighbor’s puzzling past, she finds that they share an affection for language, similar longings, and a similar extreme desire, failing to suspect that a dim mystery from the past interfaces them.
An amazing novel that investigates the outcomes of our decisions and the connections that make us what our identity is—family, companions, and most loved creators—The Paris Library shows that uncommon valor can now and then be found in the calmest of spots.