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his poetry [is] both a challenge and a thrill, one that a new generation of readers can now tackle thanks to the work of poet-translator Robert Hammond Dorsett…” thus neatly bringing in the translator, and making us want to read on.

his poetry [is] both a challenge and a thrill, one that a new generation of readers can now tackle thanks to the work of poet-translator Robert Hammond Dorsett…” thus neatly bringing in the translator, and making us want to read on.The Four Books (Yan Lianke), The Explosion Chronicles(Yan Lianke), The Seventh Day(Yu Hua), Reviewed by Ian Johnson as Novels from China’s Moral Abyss.By choosing “I agree” below, you agree that NPR’s sites use cookies, similar tracking and storage technologies, and information about the device you use to access our sites to enhance your viewing, listening and user experience, personalize content, personalize messages from NPR’s sponsors, provide social media features, and analyze NPR’s traffic.

This is the first novel I have read by Kate Quinn, and it has definitely convinced me I need to read more of her books!

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Together they will travel across France searching for the truth no matter where it leads them! I knew I’d like The Alice Network, but I didn’t think I was going to LOVE it!

The story is told in alternating narrations between Eve and Charlie, one during the Great War and one post-WWII.

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Library Thing helps you create a library-quality catalog of books: books you own, books you've read, books you'd like to read, books you've lent out ... Discover great books by exploring blogs and let others discover best books thank to your book reviews.However, it was never to the point where it was getting annoying or distasteful.The Alice Network has excellent, and loveable characters, a little mystery that takes the troupe across France, and a network of female spies what more could you want in a strong female-led historical fiction novel! This is a must-read, and I cannot stop gushing about it!The writing was beautiful, and the depth of the characters was on point.The plotline made me breeze through the book, and as I got closer to the end, I couldn’t put it down.Along the way, all she can think about is her missing cousin, Rose.Rose disappeared in Nazi-occupied France during WWII and Charlie is the only one who holds out hope that she’s alive.Walsh says: “…When reading you realize how intimate and personal these young migrant writers can be,” and makes even non-poetry-lovers like me want to read the poems. Six out of the eight paragraphs in this review are devoted to summarizing the plot, but the last two paragraphs convince me I ought to read this novel. This review, of a novel I translated myself, won my heart because the reviewer has clearly understood what the writer is trying to do and expresses her own reactions to reading the book beautifully.It helps, of course, that she liked it – this is the kind of review that authors and translators dream of.There Eve learns everything she can to help her country and her friends in this time of great violence.The two of them are intertwined forever when Charlie knocks on Eve’s door one cold rainy night asking for a name that she hasn’t heard of in years.

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