The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff



The story of a group of women sent to German occupied France during World War II as couriers and radio operators to aid the resistance. However, many of these women were never seen again. What happened to them? 


  • Historical fiction
  • World War II
  • Friendship
  • Loyalty
  • Betrayal



I really enjoyed the plot and the history of The Lost Girls of Paris. The story follows three girls, Marie and Eleanor, in 1944 aiding the resistance in Europe, and Grace living in 1946 in New York City. I enjoyed learning about Marie and Eleanor alongside Grace. The story of these women and the risks they took to help was fascinating. I had to push through the beginning a bit as a couple of the girls felt very whiny to me. I listened to this on audiobook which may have been the cause. There is a bit of a mystery as we are left to wonder for much of the book what happened to the girls. Did they survive? If so where are they? I was intrigued and curious and found the ending surprising and fulfilling. 

My copy of The Lost Girls of Paris was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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