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Tuesday's Child By Linda Lee Chaikin,

  • Title: Tuesday's Child
  • Author: Linda Lee Chaikin
  • ISBN: 9780736900683
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the summer of 1940, with France on the verge of surrender to Germany, Valli Chattaine, a star in the Paris Ballet Company, must escape Paris and return home to French Morocco A French Foreign Legionnaire, hired by her family, attempts to get her safely out of Paris Marc Durell, an adventurous and capable soldier, also brings Valli a secret letter from her older sisterIn the summer of 1940, with France on the verge of surrender to Germany, Valli Chattaine, a star in the Paris Ballet Company, must escape Paris and return home to French Morocco A French Foreign Legionnaire, hired by her family, attempts to get her safely out of Paris Marc Durell, an adventurous and capable soldier, also brings Valli a secret letter from her older sister, Gisele But in going home, Valli falls into a maze of dark deceptions and dangers Through it all she comes to a deeper understanding of God s grace, which is so much greater than her own His grace helps to bring her and her family beyond devastating circumstances in Casablanca and is equally present in her own romance with the charismatic Legionnaire.
    Tuesday s Child In the summer of with France on the verge of surrender to Germany Valli Chattaine a star in the Paris Ballet Company must escape Paris and return home to French Morocco A French Foreign Legio

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    1. THIS BOOK HAD SO MUCH PROMISE It really did And then Ugh I don t know I think the writing is just not my style It s not tight It s confusing It leaves me wondering where in the world the book is going and what is happening When characters got killed it takes place during WW2 I was left with the feeling of a total stranger dying instead of a character I had gotten to know It just needed a lot of help The series is such a cool concept, but so far I ve not really had any inkling as to why the books [...]

    2. I enjoyed this book but it felt rushed So many connections were either assumed or simply lacking The overall conclusion seemed to have little to do with the opening problem Also, in this book, like so many of her others, Chaikin conveniently connects all the characters by blood or marriage though the protagonist couple is always conveniently distantly enough related to make a match palatable I thought at first that this series would survive the purge but not any I just don t like it enough.

    3. Linda Chaikin does it again, a completely different story then all her other books that keeps you guessing Unlike some authors Chaikin does not get stuck on one character type or story plot Tuesday s child was an exciting, page turning book that also had a wonderful message of grace and forgiveness One of my favorite things about this story is that the main guy and girl have a strong faith It was so refreshing to see strong faith on both sides.

    4. Not quite as good as the first book, but still worth reading, I think There wasn t as much excitement here, and romance, perhaps, but overall I liked it.Valli Chattaine, a ballet dancer, goes to visit her brother, a missionary, and encounters some danger on the way.With some of the history of WWII German invasion in Paris woven in, and some prayer and lessons of forgiveness, it was an interesting, intelligent story.

    5. Tuesday s ChildA very interesting and intriguing story The amount of research and development must have been extraordinary This book is about the German invasion of France The bulk of the story is in Tangire and Casablanca The characters were well written and it s easy to believe the characters they played This was a story of undercover and spying That kept me glued to the book, anxious to see what happens A well written book that you re sure to enjoy

    6. I didn t like this book as well as the first on, Monday s Child But I still liked it, there were some parts that were confusing, and I didn t like that sometimes the author jumped all over the place while telling the story, I mean I know it was from different characters points of views, but it got a little hard to follow.

    7. Tuesday s Child is full of grace The story is set in 1940 pre war Ballerina Valli Chattaine a star in the Paris Ballet Company flees Paris to return home to French Algeria She reconnects with an old acquaintance, now a captain in the French Foreign Legion.

    8. This was a totally separate book from Monday s Child which surprised me It was enjoyable than the 1st in the series.

    9. Similar plot to Monday s Child with spies and trust issues A few surprises in the story line make the book exciting.

    10. I haven t read book by Linda Lee Chaikin I didn t like yet This one was as good as the rest Lovable characters, intense plot and lots of good dialogue And as usual great writing.

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