Paris by Edward Rutherfurd | "...from the building of Notre Dame to the dangerous machinations of Cardinal Richlieu; from the glittering court of Versailles to the violence of the French Revolution... to the Nazi occupation, the heroic efforts of the French Resistance, and the 1968 student revolt."
The author of New York, Edward Rutherfurd, has a new book titled Paris. The story of a Parisian family that starts in Roman times, then sweeps along from the building of Notre Dame to the Hundred Years' War, the glories of Versailles, the Revolution, the Belle Epoque, the remarkable Twenties, and, finally, World War II.
User Services Intern Ellis recommends audiobooks by Edward Rutherfurd. "He writes historical fiction following specific families through multiple generations"--so far, she has listened to "Paris: A Novel" and is currently listening to "Sarum."--Physical copies available through the UW System