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Tatiana de Rosnay - Sarah ​kulcsa
Párizs, ​2002. Julia Jarmond amerikai újságírónőnek cikket kell írnia az 1942-es nagy párizsi razzia évfordulója alkalmából. Ezzel kapcsolatos kutatásai során lassan feltárulnak előtte azoknak a szörnyű júliusi napoknak az eseményei, amikor sok ezer zsidót, köztük több mint négyezer gyermeket hurcoltak el, és zártak be napokra, rettenetes körülmények között a Téli Kerékpárstadionba, hogy onnan vigyék őket tovább a lágerekbe. Döbbenten tapasztalja, hogy még hatvan év elmúltával is milyen mély hallgatás övezi ezt a témát a franciák körében. És rájön, hogy a férje családja is súlyos titkot takargat... Párizs, 1942. július 16. Kora hajnalban francia rendőrök dörömbölnek egy Marais-negyedbeli lakás ajtaján. A kis Michel rémülten bújik el kuckójában, a faliszekrényben. Tízéves nővérkéje, Sarah, úgy hiszi, ott biztonságban lesz, amíg délután vissza nem jön érte. Rázárja öccsére az ajtót és magával viszi a kulcsot. Nem tudja, hogy ahová ő megy, onnan nincs visszatérés... Egy felkavaró regény a múlt és a jelen összekapcsolódásáról.

Tatiana de Rosnay - A ​Secret Kept
This ​stunning new novel from Tatiana de Rosnay, author of the acclaimed New York Times bestseller Sarah’s Key, plumbs the depths of complex family relationships and the power of a past secret to change everything in the present. It all began with a simple seaside vacation, a brother and sister recapturing their childhood. Antoine Rey thought he had the perfect surprise for his sister Mélanie’s birthday: a weekend by the sea at Noirmoutier Island, where the pair spent many happy childhood summers playing on the beach. It had been too long, Antoine thought, since they’d returned to the island—over thirty years, since their mother died and the family holidays ceased. But the island’s haunting beauty triggers more than happy memories; it reminds Mélanie of something unexpected and deeply disturbing about their last island summer. When, on the drive home to Paris, she finally summons the courage to reveal what she knows to Antoine, her emotions overcome her and she loses control of the car. Recovering from the accident in a nearby hospital, Mélanie tries to recall what caused her to crash. Antoine encounters an unexpected ally: sexy, streetwise Angèle, a mortician who will teach him new meanings for the words life, love and death. Suddenly, however, the past comes swinging back at both siblings, burdened with a dark truth about their mother, Clarisse. Trapped in the wake of a shocking family secret shrouded by taboo, Antoine must confront his past and also his troubled relationships with his own children. How well does he really know his mother, his children, even himself? Suddenly fragile on all fronts as a son, a husband, a brother and a father, Antoine Rey will learn the truth about his family and himself the hard way. By turns thrilling, seductive and destructive, with a lingering effect that is bittersweet and redeeming, A Secret Kept is the story of a modern family, the invisible ties that hold it together, and the impact it has throughout life.

Tatiana de Rosnay - The ​House I Loved
From ​the New York Times bestselling author of Sarah’s Key and A Secret Kept comes an absorbing new novel about one woman’s resistance during an époque that shook Paris to its very core. Paris, France: 1860’s. Hundreds of houses are being razed, whole neighborhoods reduced to ashes. By order of Emperor Napoleon III, Baron Haussman has set into motion a series of large-scale renovations that will permanently alter the face of old Paris, moulding it into a “modern city.” The reforms will erase generations of history—but in the midst of the tumult, one woman will take a stand. Rose Bazelet is determined to fight against the destruction of her family home until the very end; as others flee, she stakes her claim in the basement of the old house on rue Childebert, ignoring the sounds of change that come closer and closer each day. Attempting to overcome the loneliness of her daily life, she begins to write letters to Armand, her beloved late husband. And as she delves into the ritual of remembering, Rose is forced to come to terms with a secret that has been buried deep in her heart for thirty years. The House I Loved is both a poignant story of one woman’s indelible strength, and an ode to Paris, where houses harbor the joys and sorrows of their inhabitants, and secrets endure in the very walls...

Tatiana de Rosnay - Sarah's ​Key
Paris, ​July 1942: Sarah, a ten year-old girl, is brutally arrested with her family by the French police in the Vel’ d’Hiv’ roundup, but not before she locks her younger brother in a cupboard in the family's apartment, thinking that she will be back within a few hours. Paris, May 2002: On Vel’ d’Hiv’s 60th anniversary, journalist Julia Jarmond is asked to write an article about this black day in France's past. Through her contemporary investigation, she stumbles onto a trail of long-hidden family secrets that connect her to Sarah. Julia finds herself compelled to retrace the girl's ordeal, from that terrible term in the Vel d'Hiv', to the camps, and beyond. As she probes into Sarah's past, she begins to question her own place in France, and to reevaluate her marriage and her life. Tatiana de Rosnay offers us a brilliantly subtle, compelling portrait of France under occupation and reveals the taboos and silence that surround this painful episode.

Tatiana de Rosnay - Elle ​s'appelait Sarah
Paris, ​juillet 1942 : Sarah, une fillette de dix ans qui porte l'étoile jaune, est arrêtée avec ses parents par la police française, au milieu de la nuit. Paniquée, elle met son petit frère à l'abri en lui promettant de revenir le libérer dès que possible. Paris, mai 2002 : Julia Jarmond, une journaliste américaine mariée à un Français, doit couvrir la commémoration de la rafle du Vél d'Hiv. Soixante ans après, son chemin va croiser celui de Sarah, et sa vie va changer à jamais. Elle s'appelait Sarah, c'est l'histoire de deux familles que lie un terrible secret, c'est aussi l'évocation d'une des pages les plus sombres de l'Occupation. Un roman bouleversant sur la culpabilité et le devoir de mémoire, qui connaît un succès international, avec des traductions dans trente-quatre pays.

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