Online Book Club: A Paris Apartment 2


It’s time for the online book club for A Paris Apartment by Michelle Gable. I hope you enjoyed reading this book. I really liked this book and was fascinated to find out afterwards that it’s actually historical fiction.

You can discuss the questions in the comments section below on the blog or join us on Facebook.

Thanks for joining us! April’s book will be The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan. For more details, visit the Online Book Club page.

  1. First off, have you been to Paris?
  2. What would you do if you discovered an apartment in Paris that hadn’t been touched in 70 years?

  3. What are your initial impressions of April, Troy, Luke and Marthe?

  4. Some of Marthe’s journal entries are quite scandalous. However, I’m sure there are women who lived like that in France. How hard do you think it was for Marthe to go from convent living to being a courtesan?

  5. Tell the truth – did you think April’s mother was dead or not when she revealed to Luc that she had been alive and had just passed away?

  6. April is always waiting for the worst to happen. Her mother went away. She felt abandoned by her father. Her husband cheats on her. Have you ever felt like this? How can a person change from having this attitude? Do you think it’s realistic how April’s attitude changed after talking to her father?

  7. Would April have changed if she hadn’t met Luc? Has meeting one person ever changed your life drastically?

  8. This book is actually historical fiction. There was a Giovanni Boldini, Victor Hugo, Moulin Rouge, Nazi invasion of Paris … and even an apartment untouched with a Boldini painting inside (read about it here). Does this change any of your views of the novel?

  9. What is your favorite moment from the book? Least favorite?

  10. If your parent had Alzheimer’s, would you want to take a test to know if you had a chance of getting the disease, too?

  11. If your spouse cheated on you as a one-time thing, would you want to know about it? If you did it, would you tell?

  12. Overall, did you like the book? Why or why not?

  13. What’s a question I didn’t ask that you’d like to discuss?

Thank you for reading with us and stopping by to discuss A Paris Apartment by Michelle Gable!

Join us in April to discuss The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir!


About Sarah Anne Carter

Sarah Anne Carter is a writer and reader. She grew up all over the world as a military brat and is now putting down roots with her family in Ohio. Family life keeps her busy, but any spare moment is spent reading, writing or thinking about plots for novels.


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Online Book Club: A Paris Apartment”

  • Sarah Anne

    1. I have and I think it helped picturing events in the book. There is an atmosphere to Paris

    2. I would want to keep it to myself and explore it for a while before letting the world know about it.

    5. Yeah, I thought she was dead.

    8. This is the most fascinating part of the book for me! I can’t believe I didn’t realize it until I was done reading the book. There’s even a Mickey Mouse in the real apartment! I love that it moved from fiction to historical fiction

    12. I really did like this book. The more I thought about it the few days after I finished, the more I liked it. It was an interesting storyline and the characters were pretty realistic. I would have loved to have seen that apartment when they discovered it …