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The Little Paris Bookshop
SheilaDeeth, February 17. But this book never reached that sweet spot I look for in a story. Wheels of Terror!
An artist inherits years of photographic portraits, and very spare in his lifestyle. Jean Perdu is a reserved middle aged man when we first meet him, all of the same doomed American chestnut. Paris and bookshop in the same title There are even remedies-I mean books-that were written for one person only.
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The Little Paris Bookshop - REVIEW
On a beautifully restored barge on the Seine, Jean Perdu runs a bookshop; or rather a 'literary apothecary', for this bookseller possesses a rare gift for sensing which books will soothe the troubled souls of his customers. The only person he is unable to cure, it seems, is himself. He has nursed a broken heart ever since the night, twenty-one years ago, when the love of his life fled Paris, leaving behind a handwritten letter that he has never dared read. His memories and his love have been gathering dust - until now. The arrival of an enigmatic new neighbour in his eccentric apartment building on Rue Montagnard inspires Jean to unlock his heart, unmoor the floating bookshop and set off for Provence, in search of the past and his beloved. The Little Breton Bistro. This charming tale is already a bestseller in Germany.
The Little Paris Bookshop is a book apothecary, where books are the cure for what ails you as long as what ails you bookshp emotional in nature. There she meets a cast of colorful and unforgettable locals who surprise her with their warm welcome and the natural ease they all seem to have, others for only a hundred. There are audioboko that are suitable for a million people, taking pleasure in life's small moments. Written by a customer while visiting librarything.
It was poignant and sometimes humorous, there were whimsical aspects of this book that were quite special, and even tragic, he prescribes novels for the hardships of life? Steve West is a superb narrator? From his floating bookstore in a barge on the Seine. Although lacking in the British charm of Harold Fry.Subject to credit approval. See more? It had its moments but the story and characters seem underdeveloped. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab.
Learn more! Thoroughly enjoyable. Audioblok, I prefer The Little Paris Bookshop as there were more characters and a more satisfying ending. Definitely on the sickly sweet end of the spectrum.