Review: THE MISTRESS by Philippe Tapon

Jennifer from The Literate Housewife Review recently posted some thoughts on The Mistress by Philippe Tapon, which she read (tried at least) for the WWII reading challenge.

Here’s a little of what she had to say:

I had difficulty following the story for several reasons: The writing is choppy, the narration or at least focus shifts frequently (for example, the Emile is either referred to by name, as the doctor, or, by the narrator, as his grandfather), and sections seem to be missing altogether because I could barely follow along with a simple conversation.

Read the rest of what she had to say about the book here.

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