One of Britain’s best-loved novelists, Sebastian Faulks plays with Paris past and present as he conjures a moving tale of Hannah, an American academic who returns to Paris to research women’s lives during the Occupation while grappling with her own painful memories of Paris a decade before. Her path crosses that of a Moroccan runaway, Tariq, who moves between the suburbs and the historic centre, seeking echoes of the mother he barely knew in the modern city. We look forward to hearing more from the maestro himself!
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