I’ve just put down Tatiana de Rosnay’s The House I Loved released in March 2012, a novel about one woman’s undying adoration for her past, her deceased husband and her threatened home. I was drawn to this novel and to its author because of the book's setting in Paris. Like me, de Rosnay is a Parisian author, and her latest work speaks to a Paris of yesteryear, a time before Baron Haussmann gave the city its current face.
This is an interesting book review. I may have to check out some of Tatiana de Rosnay's work.