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The Invisible Bridge

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21 out of 21 people found this review helpful.

WW2 historical fiction masterpiece!

This novel takes place in Paris and Hungary between 1936 and the end of WW2. It is the story of two devoted Hungarian brothers, their families and friends, and the love of one of those brothers for an older woman. The story is full of suspense, grace, survival and sac...
This novel takes place in Paris and Hungary between 1936 and the end of WW2. It is the story of two devoted Hungarian brothers, their families and friends, and the love of one of those brothers for an older woman. The story is full of suspense, grace, survival and sacrifice without the melodrama that often accompanies a novel with these themes.

It is beautifully written and so well-researched that I had to keep reminding myself that it was fiction. The novel had a sepia-toned feel and was haunting but uplifting. I think it will make an excellent book club choice; there is much to be discussed. I loved it and will recommend it to everyone I know.

posted by BookHussy on May 2, 2010

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3 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

One of the Best Books I have ever read!!!!

The Invisible Bridge is an Epic Novel moving through Paris and Hungary. I can't get the charachters out of my mind like they were friends of mine that I have known all my life. I could not put this book down and when I just had to finish to see how it ends, I stayed up...
The Invisible Bridge is an Epic Novel moving through Paris and Hungary. I can't get the charachters out of my mind like they were friends of mine that I have known all my life. I could not put this book down and when I just had to finish to see how it ends, I stayed up until 1:30 in the morning just to finish. I cried a few times because I felt I knew the characters and their struggles. A definite read. And by the end, you will have learned more and you will want to add seeing Budepest to your bucket list. Amazing!!!!

posted by Reader-GirlMD on August 4, 2011

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