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Till We Meet Again [Paperback]

Judith Krantz
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8 Sep 1989

Eve de Lancel dared to bring endless scandal upon herself when she ran away from home to live in unrepentant sin, to win stardom singing in Paris music halls, to risk her life at the Front during World War I, to marry the Vicomte Paul de Lancel and become the greatest lady of Champagne.

Eve's daughter Freddy defied even the high-spirited Eve by learning to fly solo before her sixteenth birthday, fighting for England during World War II, loving deeply - and losing as gallantly as she won.

Freddy's sister Delphine led a secret life of wild nightclubbing and gambling in Hollywood, made a screen test on a whim, and by eighteen was a film star of the first magnitude, desired by men the world over. Yet she courted danger and risked all during the war, driven by her passion for the one man she could never possess - or forget.

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  • Paperback: 672 pages
  • Publisher: Bantam; New edition edition (8 Sep 1989)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0553175033
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553175035
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 17.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 79,327 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars A great story 27 July 2011
I first read this book about 20 years ago and loved it then, reading it again has been wonderful, its a great story of love, loss, intrigue, wartime, flying and so many things. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes a really gripping story.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Krantz's best 25 May 2000
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I am admittedly not a great fan of Judith Krantz's upperclass, usually eccentric and oversexed protagonists, but this novel about three women (the mother and two daughters) who, in their private way, become heroines of the World Wars, truly impressed me. Krantz weaves a very tight atmosphere around her settings, giving even the most unlikely situations cerrdibility (like one scene where a freight plane plays 'dare' with a Messerschmitt propelled fighter-and wins!)
This and other slightly unhistorical accounts are what made me subtract a star from the rating, but as far as reading pleasure goes, I could not put this book down. I started it at around ten p.m., and was still at it by five in the morning, so well had the characters and the storylines caught me.
I recommend reading this book, so long as you're not looking for a lesson in European history, but for a story and protagonists that you can feel for.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Like a three-hanky B&W '40s melodrama movie 27 Dec 1997
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This one is a bit different from the other Krantz novels because it is all set in the past (the 1910s to the 40s). There are three heroines - Eve, and her two daughters, Delphine and Frederique. They are French - Ms.Krantz seems to be obsessed with a certain romantic view of the French. Most of it is set in France, with some parts in wartime England and pre-and post-war California. It will remind you of those great melodramatic weepers they used to make in the '30s and '40s starring people like Vivien Leigh and Greer Garson.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars I really thought I would like it... 25 Sep 2004
By Rilchiam - Published on
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It started out great. Eve, in the 1910s, was fascinating to me. If I'm going to read something set in another era, the earlier the better, because the less likely I am to have heard the same things before. I loved the description of Paris and the music-hall scene, and I thought it was terrific that Eve was ambitious enough to shrug off Alain's rejection and become a star.

But she didn't live up to her potential! She stopped being a dynamic character. Every few chapters she popped up to express mild regret that she'd become a society dame and wonder what had happened to "Maddy", then go back to arranging flowers. She was so interesting at first, but Krantz made it seem like her ultimate purpose was just to produce Delphine and Freddy.

And the chronology was inconsistent. Delphine's and Freddy's storylines were completely separate, so they jumped all over the place: sometimes we caught up with one of them years after we'd seen them before; sometimes they were doing different stuff in the same year. The WWII timeline in particular was so disjointed, I thought I was reading alternate history.

And except for Eve (early on), none of the characters were particularly interesting. Freddy was too perfect; Delphine was too passive; Bruno was too obviously evil. The friction between Tony and Freddy was told, not shown, and Jane, who had a lot of potential as a sidekick, was only used as a plot device.

And I think the opening sequence was a bad idea. If we know going in that Freddy's going to have more than one child, and Dephine's going to continue to be a film star, that removes any mystery about the ending.

Two stars only because I liked the first few chapters. Otherwise, skip it and read Mistral's Daughter instead.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Slow starter but worth sticking to it 25 July 2002
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As she approaches her 60th birthday, Vicomptesse Eve de Lancel remembers her years as a madcap music hall singer before her marriage into the Lancel champagne family.
Her daughters, beautiful Delphine and the irrepressible Freddy, live adventurous and sometimes scandalous lives. Delphine is a seductive actress and Freddy a flamboyant aviatrix. While Delphine struggles through the German occupation of WWII Paris, Freddy plies the skies of Britain, delivering Spitfires to RAF squadrons. Brother Bruno plots his way to a fortune.
This one's a slow starter but if you're a Krantz fan you won't be disappointed in the last 2/3rds of the book. The characters are unpredictable and once it gets going, readers become more and more involved in the story. It's an entertaining way to spend an afternoon.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful!!! 16 Jan 1999
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It was action packed. A wonderful saga with a bit of romance. The characters came alive, especially Mac!!
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