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The Girl in the Glass

Renaissance is a word with hope infused in every letter.
 
Since she was a child, Meg has dreamed of taking a promised trip to Florence, Italy, and being able to finally step into the place captured in a picture at her grandmother’s house. But after her grandmother passes away and it falls to her less-than-reliable father to take her instead, Meg’s long-anticipated travel pl


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    Casey

    Jun 03, 2012

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    I traveled to Florence, Italy and came home too soon. This novel is painted in hues or red and bronze and vibrant colors of romance and discovering self in the place God dreams of for you.

    From the minute I started reading Meg’s story I fell in love with her. I actually much preferred her story over the sections of Sophia’s novel. Meg’s story had a pull on me I couldn’t fully explain. Perhaps it was her longing to know where she was meant to be. Perhaps it was her dream to visit a place so magica

    From the minute I started reading Meg’s story I fell in love with her. I actually much preferred her story over the sections of Sophia’s novel. Meg’s story had a pull on me I couldn’t fully explain. Perhaps it was her longing to know where she was meant to be. Perhaps it was her dream to visit a place so magical it almost couldn’t be true. Or perhaps it was her longing to connect with someone who wouldn’t let her down, even if she fully didn’t realize it at first. I think she found a little bit of everything she was looking for…and in turn, so did I. Her ending breathes hope and joy and content.

    The novel is almost like a dessert disappearing on the tongue, leaving a lingering sweetness too quickly washed away. Meg is definitely a character that will live on in her Italian countryside and in my dreams.

    Sophia’s and Nonia’s stories certainly contributed to the book, but I didn’t become as invested in them, again it was Meg and finally Lorenzo that drew me.

    I was blissful at the closing of the book…and a bit sad too. But in the deepest part of my reader’s heart where beloved character’s live, I know she will live on in happiness.

    This review is my honest opinion. Thanks to the Amazon Vine program and the publishers for my copy to review.

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    Heather Gilbert

    Oct 14, 2016

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    I’m not quite sure how to rate this story. It kept me reading, although there were parts where I lost interest and skimmed, and I didn’t love the way it wrapped up. BUT I think this is mostly because the main character is quite dissimilar to myself (I related more to Renata in the story). I enjoyed taking a little walk down memory lane with the descriptions of Florence, and I enjoyed the women’s fiction pace of the tale. Bottom line is that Susan Meissner is a great weaver of tales, and this one

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    LindyLouMac

    Apr 20, 2013

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    When I was asked if I was interested in reading and reviewing this novel, as an Italophile I was absolutely delighted to do so. Always interested in reading a novel set in Italy this did not disappoint, although I have yet to meet a real life Italian that drinks cappucini after midday. It was difficult to decide what genre this should be placed in as it is part historical fiction and part contemporary and as such will appeal to a wide cross section of readers.

    Susan Meissner has skilfully intert

    Susan Meissner has skilfully intertwined the historical story of a real Medici with her contemporary characters. Three women from different generations Nora, Meg and Sofia are the protagonists in this complex but still very easy to read novel. Nora Orsini is a Medici princess from the sixteenth century whose story is told in brief chapters amongst the contemporary ones, which feature Meg an editor with a travel publisher and Sofia an idiosyncratic author whose work has been drawn to Meg’s attention.
    The story opens in San Diego, USA where Meg feels her life is not living up to her dream, possibly due to the uneasy relationships she has with her divorced parents. Since she was a child her father has been promising her a trip to Florence, Italy so that she can see for herself the beauty of a place she always been familiar with through a painting belonging to her grandmother. It starts to look as if her dream might actually come true when her father tells her to book the trip.
    Meg sets off for Florence to discover if the experience will solve her relationship issues with her father, but things do not work out quite as expected. As she explores the rich history of this beautiful city the stunning art and architecture she is surrounded by make her realise that her perspective on her own life is seriously adrift. To discover what happens to her expectations of those around her and her dreams you will have to read this delightful exploration of disillusionment.

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