We Asked, You Answered: What You're Reading This Summer
By Julie Orringer
About the book: "An old-fashioned romantic drama, Julie Orringer's The Invisible Bridge is as rich in historical detail as it is human in its cast of sympathetic characters..." Read more
"I was drawn to The Invisible Bridge for two reasons," says Lydia S. "One, I studied the history and literature of the Holocaust and part of the required coursework were books by Elie Wiesel and I became enamored with his work....I still gravitate toward tales of the Holocaust, both fiction and non-fiction. And two, my surrogate mother, as I like to call her, is a Hungarian Jew who survived the Holocaust. When I read the review I knew this story would be captivating."