Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Mission to Paris by Alan Furst

Mission to Paris (Night Soldiers, #12)Mission to Paris by Alan Furst
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

World War II is just round the corner and Frederic Stahl a Hollywood star is sent to Paris to make his latest movie. The book follows the day to day life of the star from the start of the movie to the end, shooting in studio and on location. During this period it is made very clear what is coming for everyone in Europe. The author Alan Furst paints a very vivid picture of the pre-war conditions in Europe. This is the main event of this novel as the storyline in its self is not very exciting, but he adds atmosphere that makes this a very fascinating and entertaining read.

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