This is the compelling story of two women, born centuries apart, and the ancestral legacy that binds them. Ella Turner tries hard to fit into the small, close-knit community of the French town that she has moved to. She even changes her name back to Tournier, and knocks the rust off her high-school French. However, isolated and lonely, she is drawn to investigate her Tournier ancestry, with heart-wrenching results.More
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Performance very uninspiring
I would read more by Tracy Chevalier but never again if narrated by Laurel Lefkow!
I preferred some of later titles.
The narrator uses very badly performed ascents for each character. The story is set in France, so why do French people speak with French accents? - Pretentious and unnecessarily and totally annoying.
Why use ascents for characters who are supposed to live in the country that the story is set in? There are far better literary mean of conveying a feel for the country that a story is set then using silly ascents.
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