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PARIS, 1976: Twenty-year-old American student Julie Scolnik had just arrived in the City of Light to study the flute when, from across a sea of faces in the chorus of the Orchestre de Paris, she is drawn to Luc, a striking (married) French lawyer in the bass section. This moving tale of an ebullient young American and a reserved Frenchman will transport readers to the café PARIS, 1976: Twenty-year-old American student Julie Scolnik had just arrived in the City of Light to study the flute when, from across a sea of faces in the chorus of the Orchestre de Paris, she is drawn to Luc, a striking (married) French lawyer in the bass section. This moving tale of an ebullient young American and a reserved Frenchman will transport readers to the cafés, streets, and concert halls of Paris in the late seventies, and, spanning three decades, evolves from deep romance to sudden heartbreak, and finally to a lifelong quest for answers to release hidden, immutable grief. Against a magical backdrop of Paris and classical music, Paris Blue is true fairy-tale memoir (with a dark underbelly) about the tenacious grip of first love.


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PARIS, 1976: Twenty-year-old American student Julie Scolnik had just arrived in the City of Light to study the flute when, from across a sea of faces in the chorus of the Orchestre de Paris, she is drawn to Luc, a striking (married) French lawyer in the bass section. This moving tale of an ebullient young American and a reserved Frenchman will transport readers to the café PARIS, 1976: Twenty-year-old American student Julie Scolnik had just arrived in the City of Light to study the flute when, from across a sea of faces in the chorus of the Orchestre de Paris, she is drawn to Luc, a striking (married) French lawyer in the bass section. This moving tale of an ebullient young American and a reserved Frenchman will transport readers to the cafés, streets, and concert halls of Paris in the late seventies, and, spanning three decades, evolves from deep romance to sudden heartbreak, and finally to a lifelong quest for answers to release hidden, immutable grief. Against a magical backdrop of Paris and classical music, Paris Blue is true fairy-tale memoir (with a dark underbelly) about the tenacious grip of first love.

30 review for Paris Blue: A Memoir of First Love

  1. 4 out of 5

    Donna McEachran

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy of this book for an honest review. This book is difficult to review...it felt like reading someone's personal journal. The difference between the letter writing Luc and the actual person on occasion was very disconcerting. Thanks to Netgalley for a copy of this book for an honest review. This book is difficult to review...it felt like reading someone's personal journal. The difference between the letter writing Luc and the actual person on occasion was very disconcerting.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    To be young and in love in Paris! I’ll start by saying that I love French culture and language, so I really enjoyed the beautiful, detailed Parisan descriptions, which were an instant trip to the city-of-light without leaving my seat. There are two love stories in this book: one with a French man, Luc, another one with music. As for the former, the book explores the question of young lost love: “When you fall in love at twenty, (…) does the heart form around the other person, like an old tree sl To be young and in love in Paris! I’ll start by saying that I love French culture and language, so I really enjoyed the beautiful, detailed Parisan descriptions, which were an instant trip to the city-of-light without leaving my seat. There are two love stories in this book: one with a French man, Luc, another one with music. As for the former, the book explores the question of young lost love: “When you fall in love at twenty, (…) does the heart form around the other person, like an old tree slowly absorbs a sign hung on it when it was a sapling? And then, when it's gone, do you forever feel the lack of it, feel its imprint, where it once rested?” I sympathized with the narrator —author? it's a memoir after all—and kept anxiously turning page after page, looking for an answer. The language in the novel does that; it is genuine and vulnerable. But it's the journey that matters, not the destination. Like Luc, I think the reader falls in love with Julie´s passion for music. I’m not a musician and don’t know much of classical music, but I took the book’s suggestion and listened to the companion songs. It was an education. It made the experience richer, a treat to the senses. Inspired by the book, here’s my song recommendation along with this review, an Argentine tango called “Dos extraños” by Roberto Goyeneche (“Two strangers” in Spanish) about this common (universal, multilingual!) yearn for past love and how when revisiting it —like a old city where you once lived— it is never the same.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

    This is the first book I have read by this author and it provided a look into her stye. Young love and the exploration of how that love is captured in our memories. Paris Blue describes in achingly accurate detail the passions of first love and the lasting impact it can have on our lives. Her descriptions of life in Paris were so realistic that I envisioned myself sitting in the cafes, munching on a croissant, watching the world go by. Scolnik’s love story is told both in a storytelling format a This is the first book I have read by this author and it provided a look into her stye. Young love and the exploration of how that love is captured in our memories. Paris Blue describes in achingly accurate detail the passions of first love and the lasting impact it can have on our lives. Her descriptions of life in Paris were so realistic that I envisioned myself sitting in the cafes, munching on a croissant, watching the world go by. Scolnik’s love story is told both in a storytelling format and through love letters. It was interesting to see them fall in love, see it end, and see how the feelings resided years later. Exploring the love of the culture, music and falling in love the author provides a clear look at her feelings and explores a little of Luc's. The book provides a vivid look at love of the language, culture, music and love itself. Where Luc did not choose love of his music, Julie does and lives her true self life. Luc on the other hand continues to search for that passion that is missing from his life and does not realize that all the money, work and women will not fulfill that passion that he has for music and will indelibly leave a hole in his life that he will continue to search to fill. Julie pursues her life with passion, love, music and learns to love herself first which reflects in her family, music and life not looking to fill any holes in her life. The author did a good job with laying out this discovery as well as trying to provide a lessons for any young readers exploring a first love. Thank you to the author, Netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read and review this novel.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Iris Adler

    This is a deeply moving book that takes the reader into the compelling territory of first love. It is a richly rendered story, told with great honesty and loving detail. Julie succeeds in transporting us unto the drama of her great love adventure as a music student in Paris, while at the same time vividly portraying Paris of the time. In fact, Paris is as much a character in this book as the protagonists. Through Julie's colorful and exacting writing, we become deeply embedded in young Julie's Pa This is a deeply moving book that takes the reader into the compelling territory of first love. It is a richly rendered story, told with great honesty and loving detail. Julie succeeds in transporting us unto the drama of her great love adventure as a music student in Paris, while at the same time vividly portraying Paris of the time. In fact, Paris is as much a character in this book as the protagonists. Through Julie's colorful and exacting writing, we become deeply embedded in young Julie's Paris. We are with her on the streets, in the cafes, in the concert halls. The story is resonant for all of us who have experienced a passionate first love, as Julie's clear and authentic voice elucidates that special time. It has the drama, the suspense and insights that make for great reading. I heartily recommend this book. It is a beautifully told story that will transport you to another time and place, a story that will linger long after the book is finished.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kellie Rendina

    Scolnik has created a flowing narrative arc in three parts that takes readers from the author's enchanting time in Paris as she falls in love with Luc against a backdrop of music and French culture, to her return to the states and subsequent disillusionment and, finally, to a place where she can fully appreciate the past—even its unanswered questions—for both its beauty and its sadness. Moreover, the vulnerability Scolnik exhibits in expressing her first feelings of love and tenderness, followed Scolnik has created a flowing narrative arc in three parts that takes readers from the author's enchanting time in Paris as she falls in love with Luc against a backdrop of music and French culture, to her return to the states and subsequent disillusionment and, finally, to a place where she can fully appreciate the past—even its unanswered questions—for both its beauty and its sadness. Moreover, the vulnerability Scolnik exhibits in expressing her first feelings of love and tenderness, followed by an enduring sense of frustration and grief at the abrupt loss of first love, is to be commended. These themes and feelings she explores are certainly universal, transcending demographics like age and gender, but the memoir imbues them with perspective born of distance and encourages readers to seek the deeper meaning in how they shape us.

  6. 5 out of 5

    George Keith

    Paris Blue is as rich, honest and emotional as Julie Scolnik's music! I delighted in her younger and older selves, the older woman present in the younger by being able to finally walk away, and the younger still in the older, happily hopeful and loving and intelligent!! It takes courage to write so honestly and I feel so happy that Julie Scolnik has shared her experience with the world. Often in intimate biographies there are moments when I feel the author is not being sincere or is unable to ex Paris Blue is as rich, honest and emotional as Julie Scolnik's music! I delighted in her younger and older selves, the older woman present in the younger by being able to finally walk away, and the younger still in the older, happily hopeful and loving and intelligent!! It takes courage to write so honestly and I feel so happy that Julie Scolnik has shared her experience with the world. Often in intimate biographies there are moments when I feel the author is not being sincere or is unable to express themselves well. I didn't feel this once in Julie Scolnik's writing. I read her words with delight, with ease, and curiosity, right to the last page. Her beauty, her inner beauty, shine from her writing exactly as they do from her music. I feel awed, honestly, awed that she shares herself like this. Thank-you, thank-you, Julie Scolnik, as sincerely as those words can convey.

  7. 4 out of 5

    David Olson

    A book that many of us can relate to, Paris Blue describes in achingly accurate detail the passions of first love and the lasting impact it can have on our lives. Set against the colorful background of Paris in the 1970s and magnified by the author's wide-ranging academic knowledge and musical career, the story is far more rich than most. It is also intensely personal. Much like Martin Goldsmith's marvelous The Inextinguishable Symphony, Paris Blue interweaves two of the most fundamental forces A book that many of us can relate to, Paris Blue describes in achingly accurate detail the passions of first love and the lasting impact it can have on our lives. Set against the colorful background of Paris in the 1970s and magnified by the author's wide-ranging academic knowledge and musical career, the story is far more rich than most. It is also intensely personal. Much like Martin Goldsmith's marvelous The Inextinguishable Symphony, Paris Blue interweaves two of the most fundamental forces in our lives, love and music, but it does so in the first-person and with a more intense focus on love. I laughed, I cried, and I read most of it in one day because I couldn't put it down. Ms. Scolnik, the virtuoso flutist, is now the virtuoso author, baring her heart and touching ours, in words as well as she does in music.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Johanna Black

    You won't mind staying home during the pandemic to read Paris Blue! This book takes you back in time and plops you down smack dab in 1970s Paris, filling your senses with the din of its bustling streets and cafes, concerts and the thrilling feeling of first falling deeply in love. It is a delightful memoir of a talented musician centered around her junior year abroad and the continuing impact of her Parisian experiences after she returned to Wesleyan and then eventually in Boston. Scolnik captur You won't mind staying home during the pandemic to read Paris Blue! This book takes you back in time and plops you down smack dab in 1970s Paris, filling your senses with the din of its bustling streets and cafes, concerts and the thrilling feeling of first falling deeply in love. It is a delightful memoir of a talented musician centered around her junior year abroad and the continuing impact of her Parisian experiences after she returned to Wesleyan and then eventually in Boston. Scolnik captures the settings, develops the characters and moves the story along at the right pace. I am still a little surprised that this is a memoir as the story unfolds so beautifully.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Rich

    "Paris Blue" is a well-crafted memoir with romantic Paris as the backdrop. The author takes us on an emotional ride that is at times exciting, at other moments heartbreaking. The city comes alive with Parisian cafes, flowing wine, the world's greatest music and more. And the complexity of Julie's romantic encounter, with its many surprises, will keep you up past your bedtime. A terrific tale! "Paris Blue" is a well-crafted memoir with romantic Paris as the backdrop. The author takes us on an emotional ride that is at times exciting, at other moments heartbreaking. The city comes alive with Parisian cafes, flowing wine, the world's greatest music and more. And the complexity of Julie's romantic encounter, with its many surprises, will keep you up past your bedtime. A terrific tale!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    From the first paragraph I was captivated by the story, style and prose. Scolnik took me back to my days studying in Paris -but with her own unique and intimate celebration of music and love. We delight as we share her free spirit, her first love relationship, her heartache. And ultimately, we cheer her on, every step of the way.

  11. 5 out of 5

    David W

    She writes beautifully, silky sentences evoking airs on the flute (obviously) and also orchestrating events so that I kept reading as if this were one of my beloved detective stories, even though the spoiler cover copy and the title suggested what the outcome would be. . . Her candid self-disclosure astonished me, both in the the most intense relationships and in those that merely passed her time while floundering. Her memoir has brought old pains and passions to the surface again; I am grateful She writes beautifully, silky sentences evoking airs on the flute (obviously) and also orchestrating events so that I kept reading as if this were one of my beloved detective stories, even though the spoiler cover copy and the title suggested what the outcome would be. . . Her candid self-disclosure astonished me, both in the the most intense relationships and in those that merely passed her time while floundering. Her memoir has brought old pains and passions to the surface again; I am grateful to have read this, they are rich memories.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Farrell

    What an amazing account of first love. Written with passion, sincerity, and transparency. It’s from the heart. I could not put the book down. Outstanding memoir!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Griermariongmail.Com

    Fast-moving, enjoyable read full of music, Parisian sights and habits, alongside the thrill and ultimate disillusionment of a passionate, tender first love.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    Julie spent her junior year of college in Paris studying the flute. She fell in love for the first time. This is the autobiographical story of first love. You never forget your first love. But what happens when she returns to the U.S.? The story shows the sweetness of first love and also the things we may ignore when we are in love. Letters are part of the story as Julie's love sends them when she is gone. Everyone has a first love and this story will remind you of that point in your life and ho Julie spent her junior year of college in Paris studying the flute. She fell in love for the first time. This is the autobiographical story of first love. You never forget your first love. But what happens when she returns to the U.S.? The story shows the sweetness of first love and also the things we may ignore when we are in love. Letters are part of the story as Julie's love sends them when she is gone. Everyone has a first love and this story will remind you of that point in your life and how it affected you going forward. It is a pleasant read. Thank you to #goodreads, @JulieScolnik, and @Koehlerbooks for a copy of this book.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    A wonderfully told story of a first love in one of the most romantic cities in the world. I enjoyed seeing Paris through the eyes of a young and beautiful musician who traveled to France to study and then fell seriously in love with a handsome Frenchman.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Harrison

    Beautifully written, I was instantly charmed by Julie and her poignant and vivid recollection of first love and heartbreak set in Paris. Be prepared for a long evening as you will be taken in from the first page and unable to put the book down. I highly recommend to pause and listen to the numerous musical references as you read to fully appreciate the author’s artistic and emotional journey. A wonderful read. Much more than a simple memoir and love story....

  17. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Kourkoumelis

    Beauty-Woven Love, Music, Dreams, Paris Melancholy Music, poetry, earnest love, and dastardly abuse are interwoven in a compelling tale in Julie Scolnik's Paris Blue. The reader sits in the chorus room experiencing the great choral works of Beethoven, Mozart, Mahler, later languishing in the cafes of Paris, living through the exalted dreams and seering melancholy of a passionate, cursed love. A lifetime of honest reflection and hard work yields a most poignant resolution, making this a story with Beauty-Woven Love, Music, Dreams, Paris Melancholy Music, poetry, earnest love, and dastardly abuse are interwoven in a compelling tale in Julie Scolnik's Paris Blue. The reader sits in the chorus room experiencing the great choral works of Beethoven, Mozart, Mahler, later languishing in the cafes of Paris, living through the exalted dreams and seering melancholy of a passionate, cursed love. A lifetime of honest reflection and hard work yields a most poignant resolution, making this a story with colors and heartrending melodies that continue well beyond the last page.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Diana Levit

    Paris Blue by Julie Scolnik is one of those hidden treasures one can find while browsing on Amazon’s catalog. An incredibly honest and thus extremely vivid love story taking place in 1970s Paris. Apart from doinga brilliant job in capturing the essence of French culture – the music, the food, the traditions and general mentality, Scolnik masters the hardest thing of all – being honest with themselves. This book does seem like a true memoir to me. I personally felt that the main aim of writing this Paris Blue by Julie Scolnik is one of those hidden treasures one can find while browsing on Amazon’s catalog. An incredibly honest and thus extremely vivid love story taking place in 1970s Paris. Apart from doinga brilliant job in capturing the essence of French culture – the music, the food, the traditions and general mentality, Scolnik masters the hardest thing of all – being honest with themselves. This book does seem like a true memoir to me. I personally felt that the main aim of writing this book was her attempt to explain and evaluate her life, and make peace with herself. The author goes back and forth between her young self and her present self with the present self taking the role of a mentor who gently scoffs at her younger self for being too naïve or too dramatic at times. The two perspectives on one event line allows the reader and I guess the author, to get a deeper understanding of the described events, revaluate them and make certain conclusions. The first love always leaves a special trace in our hearts. Most of the time people tend to get bitter about the whole experience as, most of the time things do not work out. And I guess that is the main reason why I loved Scolnik’s work as much as I did. The writer reminds her readers that although it’s gone, the moment when love was there things were amazing. And that people should focus on the positive aspects of their love tale, treat their memories with respect and appreciation. One way or another that relationship made you grow and improve yourself. And one should be grateful for that. A truly beautiful main message in an excellently written book. A great quick read that makes one reminisce about their own past. Could not recommend more.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ann Oconnell

    I was anxious to read Julie’s book, mainly due to the fact that I am a huge fan of Mistral, her ensemble of incredible musicians. Something told me, other than her amazing talent as a flutist, that she must have had a story to tell. I’m not usually a fan of love stories, but this book was so well written, and so gripping that I couldn’t put it down! I just got lost in her life in Paris as a college junior, finding her way, and making the same mistakes many young women could make at her age. Her I was anxious to read Julie’s book, mainly due to the fact that I am a huge fan of Mistral, her ensemble of incredible musicians. Something told me, other than her amazing talent as a flutist, that she must have had a story to tell. I’m not usually a fan of love stories, but this book was so well written, and so gripping that I couldn’t put it down! I just got lost in her life in Paris as a college junior, finding her way, and making the same mistakes many young women could make at her age. Her descriptions of life in Paris were so realistic that I envisioned myself sitting in the cafes, munching on a croissant, watching the world go by. This is not to minimize the beautiful but troubling love story, which is the guts of the book. What could be more exciting at age 19 than falling in love with a handsome older man in Paris? The way she weaves her obsession with him just kept me engrossed, and I could not wait to learn where this was going. Did he really love her? I was never quite sure! Would she stay in Paris? The reader is kept in suspense, building toward an ending that is as pleasing as the book itself. I don’t want to minimize the inclusion of the classical music throughout the story, which she so kindly lists at the end for the enjoyment of music lovers! There is so much more to write about in this book and as a first book, Julie has begun a second career as a writer! I can’t wait for the next one!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Paris Blue is a romantic, poetic memoir written by Julie Scolnik. It starts in Paris, 1976. She is studying the flute abroad when she runs into a French man named Luc. She approaches him boldly, and a relationship blossoms from there. Luc is an older, successful, and married man. A whirlwind of a romance unfolds between the two of them, slowly at first. We get to see these two unlikely people fall in love and see the true colors of that love appear, and we see how it transforms and unravels thro Paris Blue is a romantic, poetic memoir written by Julie Scolnik. It starts in Paris, 1976. She is studying the flute abroad when she runs into a French man named Luc. She approaches him boldly, and a relationship blossoms from there. Luc is an older, successful, and married man. A whirlwind of a romance unfolds between the two of them, slowly at first. We get to see these two unlikely people fall in love and see the true colors of that love appear, and we see how it transforms and unravels through the decades of what was their love story. Scolnik’s love story is told both in a storytelling format and through love letters. I love the format in which she chose to tell her story. It was intriguing. She also wrote in such a beautiful and elegant way. The true story of first love and how it can be so intense but suddenly fizzle out. He’s the classic character from a romance novel. Intriguing, sophisticated, successful, older, and married with a kid. It was interesting to see them fall in love, see it end, and see how the feelings resided years later. It is such true feeling to what first love is like and how you hold on to it. I also liked the exploration of feeling the grief of losing love and how that can feel. I was proud of Scolnik for sending that breakup letter. I think the raw feelings of when love goes sour is also such a heart-wrenching thing. Scolnik gives second thoughts to what Luc wrote to her and what she said. Hearing her love story with Luc brought back memories of a previous love for me. I applaud Scolnik for being so honest and open with her emotions and her story. I would have liked to see a bit more of the love story between her and her husband unfold. But I also understand this was the story of her and Luc, from start to finish through the decades.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    What a wonderful book. I just finished reading and must say I loved every word. I could not stop reading. I felt Julie's joy, her love, her pain and hurt. I rejoiced to learn of her wonderful children and husband. I grinned when reading about familiar places including the wonderful, vivid details of Paris, all parts of my life too. I loved reading every chapter, hoping for a good ending, and hoping every word was true, but also hoping it wasn't because of the pain. I could relate, as I imagine m What a wonderful book. I just finished reading and must say I loved every word. I could not stop reading. I felt Julie's joy, her love, her pain and hurt. I rejoiced to learn of her wonderful children and husband. I grinned when reading about familiar places including the wonderful, vivid details of Paris, all parts of my life too. I loved reading every chapter, hoping for a good ending, and hoping every word was true, but also hoping it wasn't because of the pain. I could relate, as I imagine many of us will, when comparing to and thinking back to our first love. This book is so well written by a talented author. The descriptions of places, of emotions, of music and of love, bring us right along with her. Well done!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Michael Blanding

    Who hasn’t dreamed of living a year in Paris? Scolnick lived that dream when she was 20, and brings us along on her experience, filled with organ concerts at Notre Dame and patisseries along Boulevard Montparnasse. Most of all, Scolnick brings us inside the exhilaration and heartaches of first love, observing her relationship with the maddening Luc in such rich detail that she makes it at once both unique and universal. A true pleasure to read and a story that will stay with you long after the l Who hasn’t dreamed of living a year in Paris? Scolnick lived that dream when she was 20, and brings us along on her experience, filled with organ concerts at Notre Dame and patisseries along Boulevard Montparnasse. Most of all, Scolnick brings us inside the exhilaration and heartaches of first love, observing her relationship with the maddening Luc in such rich detail that she makes it at once both unique and universal. A true pleasure to read and a story that will stay with you long after the last page is turned.

  23. 5 out of 5

    J Mark

    This is not my usual genre, but the author is someone I've known since we were schoolmates in high school and college, and I'm a big fan of her chanber music group Mistral. I found it to be a compelling read. It was intensely personal (which made me grateful that some of the chapters were short), and it's a wonderful description of a first love, but unfortunately with someone unavailable in more ways than one. I couldn't put it down. This is not my usual genre, but the author is someone I've known since we were schoolmates in high school and college, and I'm a big fan of her chanber music group Mistral. I found it to be a compelling read. It was intensely personal (which made me grateful that some of the chapters were short), and it's a wonderful description of a first love, but unfortunately with someone unavailable in more ways than one. I couldn't put it down.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Costa

    Paris Blue is totally absorbing and beautifully written, a riveting read. Julie takes us along on her experience of Paris and a romance that begins there, from first blush to an increasingly mature self-reflection. An additional layer is the mention of several specific pieces of music, relevant to the story, which give the reader the option of bringing another dimension to this page-turner novel.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy

    From the title you know a love letter to Paris awaits. The surprise is a cross- continental love story, and a writer who is as gorgeous at writing about Boston and New England as she is about Paris and Nice. Scolnik picks you up, wrapping you in the whirlwind of a love affair, never setting you down. I felt swept away.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Frost

    Excellent memoir of first love. Very readable. You will keep thinking about it afterwards, just the way the author has continued to think for the last 45 years about her affair with an older married man when she was in her very early 20s.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Absolutely gorgeous read. Highly recommended.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Julie Scolnik is definitely a good writer. We are the same age and at one point were even neighbors in Boston in the 70s so I could relate to her story quite a bit as I clearly imagine I would have been just as enamored by and reacted the way she did to the love interest. I can't write my opinion about him without it turning into a spoiler. But my opinion of Julie changed as the story played out. At first I thought she was kind of whiny and spoiled but then I realized that she's one tough cookie Julie Scolnik is definitely a good writer. We are the same age and at one point were even neighbors in Boston in the 70s so I could relate to her story quite a bit as I clearly imagine I would have been just as enamored by and reacted the way she did to the love interest. I can't write my opinion about him without it turning into a spoiler. But my opinion of Julie changed as the story played out. At first I thought she was kind of whiny and spoiled but then I realized that she's one tough cookie!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Gillian Rogell

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jane Marcellus

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