The Girl in the Glass

The Girl in the Glass

Large Print - 2013
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Meg always dreamed of visiting Florence, Italy, and stepping into the place captured in a picture at her grandmother's house. When her dad finally tells Meg to book the trip, she arrives to find her absent father has left aspiring memoir-writer Sofia Borelli to introduce Meg to the ancient city. Sofia claims to be a descendant of the Medicis, and that a Medici princess communicates with her from the great masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2013.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9781410454201
Branch Call Number: MEISSNER S LP
Characteristics: 509 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.


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Apr 18, 2016

I really enjoyed this book. I like how the two stories, the past & present, mirrored each other. The characters were very engaging and it kept me interested the whole time.

Jan 06, 2016

I loved this book. I was invested in the characters and felt like I was in the story as I read it. Highly recommend.

Sep 06, 2013

Truly terrible book. Disjointed with different stories within the one book. Note to self, never read another book by this author.

Raynpetal Feb 01, 2013

This book was enjoyable and the author made mention to God here and there, which was good. I don't know if I'd call it a Christian book. However, I do feel the book was well written and left you wondering what was going to happen between the main character and her father. I did not like the two additional stories the author tried to tell within the main story itself. They did not hold my interest much.


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