Book Review: The Girl in the Glass

Book Review
The Girl in the Glass
By Susan Meissner

About the Book

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 no where to be found leaving aspiring memoir write 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 its what happens when you dare to believe that what is isn't what has to be?

About the Author

Susan Meissner is an award-winning author whose books include The Shape of Mercy, Lady in Waiting, and A Sound Among the Trees. She is the wife of an Air Force chaplain and mother of four young adults. When she's not writing Susan directs the Small Groups and Connection Ministries program at her San Diego church.

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