I cried out loud when Isabelle's father sacrificed himself for her but it's just the beginning. All the chapter followed are just the same heartbreaking. At first, I thought it was Isabelle who turned old and lonely, with his only son, Julien, which is her father's name. But when it revealed that it was Vianne, and that Isabelle was died right away after she met Gaëtan, it ached my heart. She didn't even have a chance to really have a true love story with Gaëtan, and yet she died in his arms, which was really sweet and also heart breaking too. But anyway, I loved how Kristin Hannah managed to make the ending scene so heartbreaking, and I hope the best for her another works.
My new favorite book.
I found the book much riveting. I finished reading it in a day from when I bought it. I really began to affectionate towards Beck, and I lost hope about Antoine. But it all went well at the end. You'll be so drawn to the book, a tale of two sisters, about women's war, that you wouldn't be able to set it down. A marvelous history and drama, romance and tragedy, an incredible sanctuary that shows the true colors of Life. A living, breathing work of art. C'est super et belle!