!!> Reading ➶ P.S. from Paris ➮ Author Marc Levy – Vejega.info

!!> Reading ➶ P.S. from Paris ➮ Author Marc Levy – Vejega.info Lovely and different Although I hated Daisy for a big chunk of this book but I really wanted to visit her bistro someday.It s a very charming story set in Paris with witty characters The turn of the events were unpredictable and some were serious I loved it A delightful love story set in Paris, where everything is not quite what it seems SUMMARYOn the big screen Mia plays a woman in love But in real life, she s an famous British actress in need of a break from her real life cheating husband She escapes from London to Paris behind a new haircut, and a waitressing job at her best friend Daisy s, restaurant Paul is an American author, living quietly in Paris, and doing his best to stay out of the literary spotlight When Paul s best friend secretl A delightful love story set in Paris, where everything is not quite what it seems SUMMARYOn the big screen Mia plays a woman in love But in real life, she s an famous British actress in need of a break from her real life cheating husband She escapes from London to Paris behind a new haircut, and a waitressing job at her best friend Daisy s, restaurant Paul is an American author, living quietly in Paris, and doing his best to stay out of the literary spotlight When Paul s best friend secretly sets him up with Mia through a dating website, the two are off to a laughable start Paul and Mia s relationship status is complicated and they decide to remain just friends But can men and women just be friends While Mia tries to decide what to do about her philandering husband, Paul visits Korea for a book tour, where his books are surprisingly popular But not everything is quite what it seems One day, I m going to live in theory, because in theory everything goes perfectly If I were going to read one of your books, which one would you recommend I d recommend one by another author REVIEWP S from PARIS is a delightful romantic comedy set in the City of Love It s a fast paced and light read perfect for a day at the park or on the beach The Paris descriptions are enjoyable and many of the scenes will make you smile Paul s fear of media attention and flying on airplanes adds an endearing quirkiness to his character and, Cristoneli, Paul s Italian editor of an American author in France has trouble actually speaking French and tends to bungle his words sometimes creating new and hilarious mixed up words P.S from PARIS is recommended for those who just want something a little light and funny topped with a scoop of romance It s marveful and spectaculous.MARC LEVY was born in France He has written 18 novels and his work has been translated into 49 languages He currently lives in New York City and through a nation wide poll has been ranked as one of France s favorite authors From Marc Levy, The Most Read French Author Alive Today, Comes A Modern Day Love Story Between A Famous Actress Hiding In Paris And A Bestselling Writer Lying To Himself They Knew Their Friendship Was Going To Be Complicated, But Love And The City Of Lights Just Might Find A WayOn The Big Screen, Mia Plays A Woman In Love But In Real Life, She S An Actress In Need Of A Break From Her Real Life Philandering Husband The Megastar Who Plays Her Romantic Interest In The Movies So She Heads Across The English Channel To Hide In Paris Behind A New Haircut, Fake Eyeglasses, And A Waitressing Job At Her Best Friend S RestaurantPaul Is An American Author Hoping To Recapture The Fame Of His First Novel When His Best Friend Surreptitiously Sets Him Up With Mia Through A Dating Website, Paul And Mia S Relationship Status Is Complicated Even Though Everything About Paris Seems To Be Nudging Them Together, The Two Lonely Ex Pats Resist, Concocting Increasingly Far Fetched Strategies To Stay Just Friends A Feat Easier Said Than Done, As Fate Has Other Plans In Store Is True Love Waiting For Them In A Postscript This looked like a quick read, and turned out to be a very quick read when I decided not to finish it. Lovely ReadI loved this book Clean, straightforward writing with an engaging voice Loved, loved, loved the twist and the ending There were moments i laughed out loud This book was marvelful. This book didn t do it for me It was a Kindle First book, and I m glad it was free I didn t like the writing Like, at all Perhaps it s better in French The point of view felt lazy, not omniscient The dialogue wasn t believable to me, which was unfortunate since the story relied on the heavy dialogue and minimal descriptions The characters didn t seem like real people and the whole story just felt meh There was something missing I just didn t believe the characters or their stories This book didn t do it for me It was a Kindle First book, and I m glad it was free I didn t like the writing Like, at all Perhaps it s better in French The point of view felt lazy, not omniscient The dialogue wasn t believable to me, which was unfortunate since the story relied on the heavy dialogue and minimal descriptions The characters didn t seem like real people and the whole story just felt meh There was something missing I just didn t believe the characters or their stories It also bothered me that I always had to assume when the characters were speaking French or English I mean, duh, the story is in France, but four out of five of the main characters are native English speakers, so it seemed obvious to me that they would switch between languages I think there was one scene in the novel where they were like let s speak French I m obviously in the minority here A lot of people really like this book I m just not one of them An unashamedly romantic novel from popular French writer Marc Levy I ve read quite a few of his love stories and they are all without exception gentle, charming, light and heart warming, with a very French feel to them, a bit quirky with sparkly dialogue and engaging characters I suppose overall they don t amount to very much but I find them really enjoyable and it s nice on occasion to read something that is nothan it pretends to be a sweet love story In this his latest offering, Mia An unashamedly romantic novel from popular French writer Marc Levy I ve read quite a few of his love stories and they are all without exception gentle, charming, light and heart warming, with a very French feel to them, a bit quirky with sparkly dialogue and engaging characters I suppose overall they don t amount to very much but I find them really enjoyable and it s nice on occasion to read something that is nothan it pretends to be a sweet love story In this his latest offering, Mia an actress and Paul, a writer, meet up through a stratagem devised by friends and although each is currently involved with someone else it is obvious that true love will win out and everyone will live happily ever after A few little unexpected plot developments make this a satisfying and entertaining read So, Goodreads tells me that Marc Levy is the most read French author today and I wonder, really Contemporary French literature must be in a deep rut because this just won the price for the worst book I ve read the entire year Fortunately, rarely do I encounter such weak writing and storytelling This is quintessential light reading with a strong emphasis on the light part His writing skills and storytelling did remind me of a once famous writer in my native country Margarida Rebelo Pinto, o So, Goodreads tells me that Marc Levy is the most read French author today and I wonder, really Contemporary French literature must be in a deep rut because this just won the price for the worst book I ve read the entire year Fortunately, rarely do I encounter such weak writing and storytelling This is quintessential light reading with a strong emphasis on the light part His writing skills and storytelling did remind me of a once famous writer in my native country Margarida Rebelo Pinto, once the most read novelist in Portugal Luckily tugas eventually found the light and moved on for better things I just hope French will soon follow.Avoid it if you consider yourself having any taste whatsoever or consider it you re in for mindless nonsense garbage I honestly don t feel like reliving what I already wrote in my update besides the fact that I don t know if I would have liked thisin the original French or what The dialogue seemed off to me and the plots such as they were did not seem realistic at all.The book focuses on two characters Mia who is an English actress who I guess is famous And Paul, who is a writer who has become a success in Korea Yeah you read that right I would honestly just say that this book is the literary vers I honestly don t feel like reliving what I already wrote in my update besides the fact that I don t know if I would have liked thisin the original French or what The dialogue seemed off to me and the plots such as they were did not seem realistic at all.The book focuses on two characters Mia who is an English actress who I guess is famous And Paul, who is a writer who has become a success in Korea Yeah you read that right I would honestly just say that this book is the literary version of the movie Drinking Buddies to me You have two people who keep saying that they are not interested in each other, but keep doing enough to let you the audience know that they are interested in each other Of course just like with that movie, I am reading a book knowing that these two people are terrible for each other Heck, I would have liked the bookif the author had went with that as a plot instead of this yeah they are somehow falling for each other thing.I didn t really like the flow since the book just felt stuck and then the action moves to Korea of all places I wonder if the author has been there since I don t even get a sense of Korea I just had to read about hotel rooms, some food, and Mia and Paul being asinine in another country What a charming romantic comedy I will admit it took me a bit to get into the writing style I often wonder how much is lost in translation However, it is a short book and I was engrossed before long This is the kind of book that puts a smile on your face while reading I can definitely see this as a movie that I would enjoy watching A great, light hearted, short summer read.

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