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The Curator of Broken Things Book 2: Escape to the Côte D'Azur (The Curator of Broken Things Trilogy) Kindle Edition
In book 2 of The Curator of Broken Things Trilogy, ESCAPE TO THE CÔTE D’AZUR,
a family flees Paris at the dawn of the Second World War, haunted by secrets that threaten to rip them apart. Seventy years later, Cassie, in modern-day Paris, finds herself alone frantically trying to confront her hostile relatives. Meanwhile, puzzled by the advances of a charming Frenchman, she struggles to cope with the demands of her manipulative ex and gain an understanding of her true self.
THE CURATOR OF BROKEN THINGS is a family-saga trilogy that takes place over a century and across four continents. Multiple narrative threads take the reader through love, betrayal, and espionage in a story that spans from the last days of the Ottoman Empire to Paris of the Roaring Twenties to the prewar French Riviera to the World War II Allied landing in North Africa and to modern-day Paris and Los Angeles. In this trilogy, three generations of a family’s secrets are unearthed that might bring it together or tear it apart.
- Book 1: From Smyrna to Paris
- Book 2: Escape to the Côte d' Azur
- Book 3: Resistance in Algiers
- ASIN : B07LGP3MT3
- Publisher : Carpenter Hill Publishing; 1st edition (29 December 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 1210 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 326 pages
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I also personally could not get behind the main character Cassie, who alienated her entire family and had a very disagreeable personality. Just buy some new clothes in Paris already! I found the back story of Albano to be very tedious. The relationship of Albano to Cassie is eventually revealed, but I ended up scanning through a lot of the overly detailed back story. I would not recommend this book series.
Pros: I could tell the author spent a great deal of time researching the historical aspects of these books. Particularly the fall of the Ottoman Empire. History buffs may get more out of the story than I did.