"I've just finished reading Siren of Paris by David LeRoy and it's a story that will stay with me for a while. It has a complex, well developed plotline and presents the story in a tantalising way. I've read quite a few books set during the Second World War... this one especially gripped me." Dianne Ascroft Ascroft eh?
The soul of this book is found in LeRoy’s analysis of human nature through the main character. There really is nothing like a life-or-death situation that can split human nature so cleanly and show us what being human really means. The author shows us how a person can be completely changed from this experience, how in a few short years, in a few short moments, or even in a split second, everything can become drastically different. This book is suited for those with a love for history and those with a love for fiction alike. This novel brought tears to my eyes and left me with a more enlightened heart, so it is with absolute pleasure that I say The Siren of Paris is highly recommended by Boyu Huang, Allbooks Review Int.