Amandine – It’s What We’re Reading

September 2010

The inaugural monthly offering from Drexel Library’s staff about the books we’ve read.

Amandine by Marlena de Blasi – As an infant, the illegitimate child of a Polish aristocrat is consigned to be raised as an orphan in a remote French convent. Although tenderly cared for by Solange, her young governess, Amandine longs to find her real mother. As Europe descends into the madness of WWII, Amandine and Solange transverse the war-torn continent in search of the child’s true identity. Combining an historical context with a compelling personal quest, Amandine is a captivating read.

This book is held in the Library’s Popular Fiction collection.

What We’re Reading

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