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House of Gold

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House of Gold by Natasha Solomons
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Oct 23, 2018 | ISBN 9780525640400 | 930 Minutes

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“A delicious family saga.” —New York Post

“Sweeping….Filled with rich period detail, vivid characterization, and heartfelt emotion, this meticulously researched novel is highly recommended for fans of historical fiction.”—Library Journal (starred review)

“The past comes alive in this beautifully written novel. . . A dazzling saga rich in detail and drama.” —Woman’s World

“Once again, Natasha Solomons brings the past alive with vivid immediacy. House of Gold is a sweeping, heartbreaking story of love, war, and duty. I will long remember the poetry of its evocative details and the striking complexity of its characters.”—Lauren Belfer, New York Times bestselling author of And After the Fire, recipient of the National Jewish Book Award

“Solomons is one of the best writers of historical fiction working today. Family dynasties, European politics, old war estates, love affairs, worlds on the brink of change: Solomons knows how to draw readers into a particular place and time. And once you’re there, you just don’t want to leave.” Goop

“A sweeping epic.” Refinery29

“A beautifully told narrative . . . A poignant, heartbreaking tale of love [and] duty.” —Gulf Coast Today

“Engrossing…In Solomons’s skillful hands, the plot winds around Europe and blossoms into a poignant portrait of characters stuck in an unavoidable paroxysm of global change.”—Publishers Weekly

“Sweeping and intimate….A poignant, beautifully written story of love and duty.”—Booklist

“An achingly detailed yet sweeping narrative….A rewarding look into the fragility of power and the complexities of Jewish identity in the early 20th century. An absorbing saga.”Kirkus Reviews

“An absorbing family saga…The characters are rounded and well-developed, and Greta Goldbaum is a spirited and appealing creation.”—Historical Novels Review

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