(PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner


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    characters Æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Michael Wallner Michael Wallner ´ 6 review (PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner Audiobook performed by Paul MichaelRoth is a young German army corporal assigned to Gestapo headuarters in occupied Paris so that he can use his flawless French as an interpreter during interrogations He’s disturbed by the torture he witne

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    (PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner Michael Wallner ´ 6 review read April in Paris I read it some years ago and remember that I enjoyed it I have it as paperback on my real shelf

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    characters Æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Michael Wallner (PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner Michael Wallner ´ 6 review A short uick read of historical fiction that takes place in Occupied France during WWII The main character Roth is a German SS soldier who speaks perfect French and is assigned to work for the Gestapo as a translator during interrogations of captured French Resistance fighters As fate would have it Roth meets the woman of his dreams but she is the daughter of a French bookshop owner and he keeps his identity as a German

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    (PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner Not very challenging or thought provoking but entertaining Entertaining in an improbable made for Hollywood lovewar story kind of way without

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    (PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner Corporal Roth a German soldier is given marching orders to work in Paris as a translator in a Gestapo interrogation room During his free time he comes up with a verbotener plan to dress as a native Frenchman and wander through the streets of Paris He names himself Antoine whereupon he soon falls in love with Chantal a boo

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    (PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner read April in Paris It is the middle of WWII in occupied France Michel Roth is really lucky that his skills as a translator have lan

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    (PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner See of my book reviews on my blog Literary FlitsApril In Paris is billed as a wartime love story but it is a novel with surprisingly little romance between the two characters Michael and Chantal Wallner instead shows how Michael's belief in his

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    (PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner Certainly there have been a vast number of books on this subject both fiction and nonfiction Honestly because it is a heart breakin

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    (PDF DOWNLOAD) [April in Paris] É Michael Wallner Michael Wallner ´ 6 review characters Æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Michael Wallner I suppose the message of this book could be about being yourself but that doesn't work out too well for the Nazi corporal in this novel The Nazis tended to frown on that kind of thingI suppose it could be that life is short and we should enjoy it That might tend to explain why said corporal appears to sleep with whoever provides the invitation He's in a city he doesn't really belong to working for people he doesn't really respect

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Ct that every German soldier was not a devout Nazi Still books and films that take this approach remain for me at least difficult to access I seem to feel however irrationally that they are untrustworthy as if they are somehow alive and could turn on me And I dread trying explain to anyone how I m reading a book trying explain to anyone how I m reading a book how Nazi me And I dread trying explain to anyone how I m reading a book about how Nazi weren t really so bad after allI think it is an interesting and somewhat troubling cultural fact that someone like me born 30 years after the end of WWII could still feel so conflicted over a book like April In Paris Perhaps the real value of this book is that by reading it I have discovered something about myself as well as something about the world It is the middle of WWII in occupied France Michel Roth is really lucky that his skills as a translator have landed him a ob in Gestapo headuarters in Paris instead of at the front He is the uiet sort who likes to stay Hannah Hauxwell just under the radar Michel has some friends among the staff but he is a bit of a loner when he decides he would like to explore this beautiful city He knows that if he strolls about in his military uniform he will be shunned by the Parisians so he works on a plan He hides civilian clothes in a laundry bag finds a deserted building where he can change and become Antoinejust a visitor to Paris Since his language skills are good he assumes he can pass as French He finds a bookstore to explore and gets a glimpse of a beautiful young woman whose name he discovers his Chantal And now Michel knows he is going to be caught between two worlds Michel is totally fascinated by Chantal and he will use his native disguise to explore Paris and see if he can find his mystery woman These are perilous times and Michel knows he can be caught in difficult situations If he is caught by the French Resistance he will be killed as a spy and if he is caught by his fellow Germans he can be declared a traitorand killed Author Wallner captures the nuances of Paris during WW II If you know your history you know that the invasion of France is literallyust months away And it is easy to be caught up in this tale of romance in the midst of some horrible history It is a scary and yet charming story that you will enjoy Not very challenging or thought provoking but entertaining Entertaining in an improbable made for Hollywood lovewar story kind of way without the cheesy ending Think Pearl Harbor with Ben Affleck The writing was slightly confusing and there was one short chapter I can t remember which that seemed disjointed The protagonist is described vaguely and Fever at Dawn just didn t seem fleshed out for lack of a better term I also had a problem with the idea that his French resistance love interest Chantel showed absolutely no interest in him a known enemyNazi pig and then bang Her clothes are off and she s on top of him WTF No love story here but something out of porn a topia instead and the name Chantel didn t help either I read it some years ago and remember that I enjoyed it I have it as paperback on my real shelf Written in a mature style a uick read but very deep and thought provoking It portrays mixed identities as true identities and shows sides of people we don t consider very often. Iful daughter Chantal The two begin to meet and fall in love before Roth has the courage to reveal his true identity or the time to discover that Chantal is part of the Resistance Written in an elegant and arresting style April in Paris is an engrossing novel from a promising new talent. S is at great odds with hisob of fluently speaking their language As he follows the Seine he is sleepwalking at the edge of the abyss and should be facing a great moral dilemma but he is too numb to look down into its depths We do not witness him struggle with much of anything As good soldiers must do he blindly approaches the horror with only part of himself because he otherwise could not get the ob done It is "only later that the character begins to unravel as his courageous yet foolish retreat into illusion becomes all too real If "later THAT THE CHARACTER BEGINS TO UNRAVEL AS HIS COURAGEOUS the character begins to unravel as his courageous foolish retreat into illusion becomes all too real If stars align this book has great potential as a TV movie A short uick read of historical fiction that takes place in Occupied France during WWII The main character Roth is a German SS soldier who speaks perfect French and is assigned to work for the Gestapo as a translator during interrogations of captured French Resistance fighters As fate would have it Roth meets the woman of his dreams but she is the daughter of a French bookshop owner and he keeps his identity as a German soldier a secret from her Already leading a dangerous double life to pursue his relationship he is unaware that he is involved with a key member of the French Resistance In Michael Wallner s debut novel the plot is somewhat predictable and formulaic but it is nonetheless a good storyline that moves along with a brisk pace and really becomes engrossing during the second half of the novel There was a lot of detail in the description of historical events and political climate which helped drive the story in areas where overall character development was a bit lacking It seems evident that Mr Wallner has done extensive research on the subject material and shows great promise as an historical fiction writer Though I haven t read Wallner s second novel it is set during the Cold War in Moscow and sounds interesting Audiobook performed by Paul MichaelRoth is a young German army corporal assigned to Gestapo headuarters in occupied Paris so that he can use his flawless French as an interpreter during interrogations He s disturbed by the torture he witnesses but fulfills his duty as a soldier accurately translating the words if not the emotions expressed When not on duty however he slips away from his hotel billet dons civilian clothes and walks the streets of Paris disguised as the Frenchman Antoine Being out of uniform by itself is a punishable offense but he crosses the line when he falls for Chantal the daughter of a bookseller He does not reveal his true identity to her and she hides her allegiance to the Resistance The reader knows that this star crossed relationship is bound to end badly but the way in which Wallner reveals the story kept me in a delirious state of suspense Make no mistake this is NOT a hearts and flowers romantic escapade but a gritty and Certainly there have been a vast number of books on this subject both fiction and nonfiction Honestly because a vast number of books on this subject both fiction and nonfiction Honestly because is a heart breaking subject I have often avoided novels of this type My interest was piued in this case because April In Paris is written from a German point of view sympathetic to the Resistance It perhaps long overdue for the world to reexamine the events of WWII in light of the fa. Ogation of Resistance fighters But while off duty he slips away from his fellow officers changes into civilian clothes and wanders aimlessly through Paris disguised as his alter ego Antoine One day he is drawn into an antiuarian bookshop and becomes enchanted with the bookseller's beaut. I suppose the message of this book could be about being yourself but that doesn t work out too well for the Nazi corporal in this novel The Nazis tended to frown on that kind of thingI suppose it could be that life is short and we should enjoy it That might tend to explain why said corporal appears to sleep with whoever provides the invitation He s in a city he doesn t really belong to working for people he doesn t really respect doing a ob he can t stomach He s trying to find himself and we re along for the rideHowever through most of the book I felt like I was missing most of the book I felt like I was missing some details or conversations that happened elsewhere that would have explained a few things but were left out It would have been nice to read them I felt as if the author were trying to make a big bang out of the ending but it fell flat See of my book reviews on my blog Literary FlitsApril In Paris is billed as a wartime love story but it is a novel with surprisingly little romance between the two characters Michael and Chantal Wallner instead shows how Michael s belief in his love for Chantal a woman he barely knows is actually fuelled by his love of his idea of himself as someone completely different from reality Michael is a bilingual Wehrmacht Corporal who finds himself working as a translator during SS interrogations His regular metamorphosis into French student Antoine is his escape from these daily scenes of brutality and I appreciated how Wallner depicts this duality in his personality As readers we get to see scenes of wartime Paris both from the German and the Parisian perspective which is interestingI found April In Paris to be a very readable
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which I polished off in a couple of sittings The narrative isn t particularly unusual and although it kept my interest throughout I could usually guess the outline of where the story would go There are harrowing descriptions of torture some of which I wish I could unread so readers of a sueamish disposition might want to give this one a miss However otherwise April In Paris is a good addition to the WWII genre Corporal Roth a German soldier is given marching orders to work in Paris as a translator in a Gestapo interrogation room During his free time he comes up with a verbotener plan to dress as a native Frenchman and wander through the streets of Paris He names himself Antoine whereupon he soon falls in love with Chantal a book dealer s daughter and a member of the French ResistanceAt first glance I grew restless and often angry with Corporal Roth because he is relentlessly shallow without the expected dimension of a character trapped in harrowing circumstances However it is impossible not be drawn into the story as our protagonist navigates both "Contradictory Worlds I Later Came "worlds I later came understand that this lack of character depth might have been the intent of first time novelist and scriptwriter Michael Wallner He is after all writing about a shell shocked young soldier without much insight into his inner or outer world looking for a way to cope with the situationCorporal Roth takes an incredible risk to escape reality His assignment which involves witnessing the torture of French suspects behind closed door. Michael Wallner's thrilling first novel set in occupied France during World War II movingly recounts the impossible love affair between a German soldier and a French resistance fighterRoth a young soldier in the SS and a fluent French translator works as an interpreter during the interr. .
April in Paris