Since I started it, I finished it but would not recommend it.
Lost in Paris is a historical fiction/fantasy book that was more interesting to me than most historical fiction books that I have read before.
And the whole time Mira is in the past, her mom won't speak or touch her for fear of something cosmic going wrong.
Writing about time travel is tricky, especially when you want fictional characters to "influence" actual historical events. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Writergirl
Anything silo is always a look see and this series is a must see you will not be sorry buy nowPublished 13 months ago by Eric W. Kolodziej
My 9 year old daughter loved it and read it all in 2 days. Not only was it obviously entertaining but it has sparked in interest in important artists such as Degas and Monet. Read morePublished 14 months ago by K Stephens
The story caught my attention to begin, but I was not satisfied with the conclusion. It seemed like the story just trailed off towards the end. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Tracie E. Ervin
I really loved this book; however, I was a bit confused by the ending. I'll assume the next in the series will help clarify. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Pamela
I thought it was fair at best. Since I started it, I finished it but would not recommend it. I could at all times put it down.Published 15 months ago by shirley cook
good book for teens with positive values. Deals with French history plus impressionist artists plus fantasy. what's not to love!Published 15 months ago by patstrec
It was a simple easy read. Nothing really exciting. I liked the concept of time travel but this was too vague.Published 15 months ago by Lorraine Schwindt
I was very interested in finding out if the Mom came back to her family. I didn't catch it if she did. It turned out to be very political at the end. Bummer.Published 16 months ago by LaVonne Hauwiller