The Paris Architect by Charles Belfoure | Digest & Review
Lucien Bernard, the protagonist of Charles Belfoure’s novel The Paris Architect,is offered a job that would weigh heavily on anyone’s shoulders―build a sanctuary for Jewish people to hide during the German occupation of France. Through the construction of the building, his story becomes a tale of self-sacrifice, courage, confidence, and trust. Did he think it was worth the risk to save their lives above his own? Belfoure draws the reader in and brilliantly utilizes his experience as an architect.
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