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The Girl in the Glass

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Ntly on hold When her dad finally tells Meg to book the trip she prays that the experience will heal the fissures left on her life by her parents’ divorce But when Meg arrives in Florence her father is nowhere to be found leaving aspiring memoir writer Sophia Borelli to introduce Meg to the rich beauty of the ancient city Sofia claims to be one of the last surviving members of the Med This would be a fabulous read for anyone who loves art history Florence Italy or a gently paced tale that weaves both historical and contemporary story lines Some readers may find themselves skimming the art history details but most of them actually contribute to a depth of discovery that is ultimately meaningful to the main characters The surprise ending was a delight Coming from a Christian publisher and author I was surprised that there was no faith element in this book beyond a mention that someone asked for prayer I believe a spiritual thread could have strengthened the theme but I still give four stars for skillful weaving of stories spanning several centuries historical details and for crafting genuinely likeable characters Sineater ultimately meaningful to the main characters The surprise ending was a delight Coming from a Christian publisher and author I was surprised that there was no faith element in this book beyond a mention that someone asked for prayer I believe a spiritual thread could have strengthened the theme but I still give four stars for skillful weaving of stories spanning several centuries historical details and for crafting genuinely likeable characters

Free read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ò Susan Meissner

Ici family and that a long ago Medici princess Nora Orsini communicates with her from within the great masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance When Sophia Meg and Nora’s stories intersect their lives will be indelibly changed as they each answer the uestion What if renaissance isn’t just a word What if that’s what happens when you dare to believe that what is isn’t what has to b One of my favorite authors writing about one of my favorite cities How can you get better than that The weaving of three individual stories Meg's Nora's and Sophia's provided an interesting twist to the Renaissance in the uintessential Renaissance city Florence Italy This is a story of discovery beauty and love Susan Meissner's style is as captivating as her characters Each character challenged readers to forge their own views on life experiences travel imagination dealing with disappointment and difficulties and confidently facing the future As I read life around me literally seemed to fade to a dull hum while Florence became alive I was mesmerized once again taking in the Piazza della Signoria experiencing David at the Accedemia and walking on the Ponte Vecchio Yes Meissner is that good of an author It's a must read The Rabbit Effect: Live Longer, Happier, and Healthier with the Groundbreaking Science of Kindness uestion What if renaissance isn’t just a word What if that’s what happens when you dare to believe that what is isn’t what has to b One of my favorite authors writing about one of my favorite cities How can you get better than that The weaving of three individual stories Meg's Nora's and Sophia's provided an interesting twist to the Renaissance in the Kokoro: de wegen van het hart uintessential Renaissance city Florence Italy This is a story of discovery beauty and love Susan Meissner's style is as captivating as her characters Each character challenged readers to forge their own views on life experiences travel imagination dealing with disappointment and difficulties and confidently facing the future As I read life around me literally seemed to fade to a dull hum while Florence became alive I was mesmerized once again taking in the Piazza della Signoria experiencing David at the Accedemia and walking on the Ponte Vecchio Yes Meissner is that good of an author It's a must read

Susan Meissner ò 6 Summary

Renaissance is a word with hope infused in every letter Since she was a child Meg has dreamed of taking a promised trip to Florence Italy and being able to finally step into the place captured in a picture at her grandmother’s house But after her grandmother passes away and it falls to her less than reliable father to take her instead Meg’s long anticipated travel plans seem permane I traveled to Florence Italy and came home too soon This novel is painted in hues or red and bronze and vibrant colors of romance and discovering self in the place God dreams of for you From the minute I started reading Meg’s story I fell in love with her I actually much preferred her story over the sections of Sophia’s novel Meg’s story had a pull on me I couldn’t fully explain Perhaps it was her longing to know where she was meant to be Perhaps it was her dream to visit a place so magical it almost couldn’t be true Or perhaps it was her longing to connect with someone who wouldn’t let her down even if she fully didn’t realize it at first I think she found a little bit of everything she was looking forand in turn so did I Her ending breathes hope and joy and content The novel is almost like a dessert disappearing on the tongue leaving a lingering sweetness too uickly washed away Meg is definitely a character that will live on in her Italian countryside and in my dreams Sophia’s and Nonia’s stories certainly contributed to the book but I didn’t become as invested in them again it was Meg and finally Lorenzo that drew me I was blissful at the closing of the bookand a bit sad too But in the deepest part of my reader’s heart where beloved character’s live I know she will live on in happiness This review is my honest opinion Thanks to the Vine program and the publishers for my copy to review Dahlia Black uickly washed away Meg is definitely a character that will live on in her Italian countryside and in my dreams Sophia’s and Nonia’s stories certainly contributed to the book but I didn’t become as invested in them again it was Meg and finally Lorenzo that drew me I was blissful at the closing of the bookand a bit sad too But in the deepest part of my reader’s heart where beloved character’s live I know she will live on in happiness This review is my honest opinion Thanks to the Vine program and the publishers for my copy to review