08 Apr The UK’s top book bloggers respond to Tatiana de Rosnay’s powerful story of family secrets, The Rain Watcher…
This March Tatiana de Rosnay’s blog tour took her to some of the UK’s most highly-regarded book blogs, to launch her new novel, The Rain Watcher.
The Rain Watcher is set in Paris, but a very different city to the one we like to imagine. The city is flooding, the Seine bursts its banks, and Paris is brought to its knees. At the same time a family reunion is going badly awry, and family secrets are rising to the surface…
Here’s what some of the bloggers wrote. If you have read the book do read the reviews – all very different and thoughtful perspectives. If you haven’t read it yet, what are you waiting for?
‘a beautiful portrayal of family life and communication’ The Secret World of a Book Blogger blog:
‘The author’s descriptions of Paris in the rain were beautiful with some of her observations so vivid that I had to stop a minute to fully enjoy them….’ Over the Rainbow Book Blog:
‘This is a beautiful, moving, poetic and lyrical story of one family and its struggle for closeness and authenticity. I absolutely loved it, it will haunt me for a while now I know and I will pick it up again.’ A Little Book Problem:
Steph’s book Blog:
‘Having read and wept through Sarah’s Key a few years ago I knew I’d be reading something special. I wasn’t disappointed but this book is completely different to that.’
Random Things Through My Letterbox:
‘The Rain Watcher is a slow burning, evocatively written story with such a vivid sense of place and beautifully crafted characters. It really is quite stunning.’
‘A beautifully written family drama set in Paris.’