Book Reviews of Tapestry

Tapestry
Tapestry
Author: Belva Plain
ISBN-13: 9780440202714
ISBN-10: 044020271X
Publication Date: 3/4/1989
Pages: 554
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 49 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
This classic novel is a continuing saga about a tightly knit aristocratic German-Jewish family. There are two previous novels-- EVERGREEN and THE GOLDEN CUP. Each novel is a complete story and reading them "out of order," is not a problem. They are all best sellers!
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good read with some history
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good read
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One of her best
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I always enjoy Belva Plain.
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Paul Werner, the key figure of a powerful New York banking family, is the protagonist in this saga of one man's concerns with the impending doom of World War II and the plight of his German-Jewish relatives and friends. Paul is caught in a passionless, childless marriage, and he struggles for years with the memory and reality of his first love and subsequent affairs of the heart.
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I found this book by Belva Plain very interesting. It is an interesting tale and, in a way, makes you thankful for how life has changed since the period in which this book takes place.
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In this novel Belva Plain continues the saga of the Werner family.