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The Girl in the Glass Renaissance Is A Word With Hope Infused In Every Letter Since She Was A Child, Meg Has Dreamed Of Taking A Promised Trip To Florence, Italy, And Being Able To Finally Step Into The Place Captured In A Picture At Her Grandmother S House But After Her Grandmother Passes Away And It Falls To Her Less Than Reliable Father To Take Her Instead, Meg S Long Anticipated Travel Plans Seem Permanently On Hold When Her Dad Finally Tells Meg To Book The Trip, She Prays That The Experience Will Heal The Fissures Left On Her Life By Her Parents Divorce But When Meg Arrives In Florence, Her Father Is Nowhere To Be Found, Leaving Aspiring Memoir Writer Sophia Borelli To Introduce Meg To The Rich Beauty Of The Ancient City Sofia Claims To Be One Of The Last Surviving Members Of The Medici Family And That A Long Ago Medici Princess, Nora Orsini, Communicates With Her From Within The Great Masterpieces Of The Italian Renaissance When Sophia, Meg, And Nora S Stories Intersect, Their Lives Will Be Indelibly Changed As They Each Answer The Question What If Renaissance Isn T Just A Word What If That S What Happens When You Dare To Believe That What Is Isn T What Has To Be

10 thoughts on “The Girl in the Glass

  1. says:

    2.5 stars.I usually love Susan Meissner books I really was excited to read this story and it just sort of went no where I did feel drawn into the story, but at 50% I was still trying to figure out what the story was about exactly I won t go into details but the plot just sort of dead ended The story of Nora fro

  2. says:

    I give thisthan 5 stars This is in my top five books of the year and probably in my life Florence drew me While reading the book I walked in the characters footsteps I saw the art and the statues and buildings through the eyes of three women Besides being a great story, the novel is full of deep emotional and psych

  3. says:

    I traveled to Florence, Italy and came home too soon This novel is painted in hues or red and bronze and vibrant colors of romance and discovering self in the place God dreams of for you From the minute I started reading Meg s story I fell in love with her I actually much preferred her story over the sections of Sophia

  4. says:

    I m not quite sure how to rate this story It kept me reading, although there were parts where I lost interest and skimmed, and I didn t love the way it wrapped up BUT I think this is mostly because the main character is quite dissimilar to myself I relatedto Renata in the story I enjoyed taking a little walk down memory la

  5. says:

    When I was asked if I was interested in reading and reviewing this novel, as an Italophile I was absolutely delighted to do so Always interested in reading a novel set in Italy this did not disappoint, although I have yet to meet a real life Italian that drinks cappucini after midday It was difficult to decide what genre this

  6. says:

    This would be a fabulous read for anyone who loves art history, Florence, Italy, or a gently paced tale that weaves both historical and contemporary story lines Some readers may find themselves skimming the art history details, but most of them actually contribute to a depth of discovery that is ultimately meaningful to the main c

  7. says:

    I continue to read Susan Meissner s novels They totally fascinate me as she weaves stories around the main story In this one there is a young girl who is working at a publishing company and comes across a story of a Medici survivor in Florence Italy Between a father and a daughter who was promised a trip to Florence and the background

  8. says:

    The Girl in the Glass was one of those stories I wanted to read slowly only to make the experience lastit s that good But I ended up reading it quickly because it is that good Susan Meissner is a breath of fresh air in the way she tells stories I could see and smell the city of Florence, understand her characters struggles and desires in

  9. says:

    2.5, this was just okay I enjoyed the present day story muchthen the past which is unusual for me.

  10. says:

    When we trust someone, we believe what they tell us is true I enjoyed this novel by Susan Meissner The beauty of Florence, Italy and all the artistic works came alive in her descriptive writing The individual stories of Nora, Sophia, and Meg were equally written well separate yet connected My heart did break for Sophia I ll stop there otherwise w

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About the Author: Susan Meissner

Susan Meissner was born in San Diego, California, the second of three She spent her childhood in just two houses.Her first writings are a laughable collection of oddly worded poems and predictable stories she wrote when she was eight.She attended Point Loma College in San Diego, and married her husband, Bob, who is now an associate pastor and a chaplain in the Air Force Reserves, in 1980 When she is not working on a new novel, she is directing the small groups ministries at The Church at Rancho Bernardo She also enjoy teaching workshops on writing and dream following, spending time with my family, music, reading great books, and traveling.