Thursday, November 12, 2009

Opening Sentence of the Day: Sarah's Key

"The girl was the first to hear the loud pounding on the door." -- Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay I'm flying through this book because I am sick to find out what happens. Of course the pounding on the door is the police, rounding up Paris Jews during the Holocaust and, as I read on the back cover, the girl locks her little brother in a cupboard to save him. There is a modern day part of the story about the family who lives in the apartment now. I am horrified that they are going to find a toddler skeleton in the cupboard, so am reading as fast as my eyeballs can take it in so I can know one way or the other and stop fretting.


  1. I can't wait for the final review of this one because it came up in my Amazon recommendations but I know next-to-nothing about it.

  2. I'm looking forward to hearing what you think of this book when you get to the last sentence. Meanwhile, the first one is frightenly apt.


  3. I wasn't really interested in reading "Sarah's Key", but now I'm a little nervous about what might happen too. And this without reading the book... Hm.


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