!!> EPUB ✻ The Perfect Nanny ✶ Author Leïla Slimani – Vejega.info

!!> EPUB ✻ The Perfect Nanny ✶ Author Leïla Slimani – Vejega.info When Myriam, A French Moroccan Lawyer, Decides To Return To Work After Having Children, She And Her Husband Look For The Perfect Nanny For Their Two Young Children They Never Dreamed They Would Find Louise A Quiet, Polite, Devoted Woman Who Sings To The Children, Cleans The Family S Chic Apartment In Paris S Upscale Tenth Arrondissement, Stays Late Without Complaint, And Hosts Enviable Kiddie Parties But As The Couple And The Nanny Become Dependent On One Another, Jealousy, Resentment, And Suspicions Mount, Shattering The Idyllic Tableau

10 thoughts on “The Perfect Nanny

  1. Emily May Emily May says:

    Where do these stories come from They emanate from Louise, in a continual flood, without her even thinking about it, without her making the slightest effort of memory or imagination But in what black lake, in what deep forest has she found these

  2. Roxane Roxane says:

    This is one of this intensely interior novels that are claustrophobic and incredibly engaging and disturbing I was very aware that I was reading a translation and I have no doubt that in French, this novel is a show stopper The translation is good but c

  3. j e w e l s j e w e l s says:

    FIVE STARSI still have chills days after finishing THE PERFECT NANNY I ve skipped over this novel many times thinking it would be the old hand that rocks the cradle plot I could not have beenwrong This unusual book got under my skin in the quietest, creepiest

  4. elena elena says:

    She drinks and the discomfort of living, the shyness of breathing, all this anguish dissolves in the liquid sipsThis book is quite creepy and slightly gross That wasn t what bothered me though Instead, it was just that it was such a boring book that I kept wonderin

  5. Ammar Ammar says:

    DNF 35% I tried my best to get into this novel, but couldn t.The novel opens with a beautiful written crime scene, it s shocking but written well Then it started downhill for me. I couldn t feel anything for Myriam, Paul, Louise, Pascale, or Milla or Adam It felt dry, pe

  6. Paul Bryant Paul Bryant says:

    The author says she wanted to write about nannies You know, the uneasy ambiguity, how they re an intimate part of your family but they re an employee, how they re poor mostly black, mostly immigrant and they live in the middle of wealth during working hours, returning each day

  7. Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader says:

    4 slower building, but gripping, stars to The Perfect Nanny The Perfect Nanny opened with the what There was a horrific scene to behold in this family s home For the entire book, I was on the edge of my seat wondering the why with tons of ambiguity and build up at a slower moving pa

  8. Bkwmlee Bkwmlee says:

    3.5 stars For me, this book was originally a solid 4 stars that is, up until the ending which I ll get back to later The opening scene was quite explosive and emotional, hooking me from the start in wanting to find out exactly what happened, why things turned out the way they did, how suc

  9. Jim Fonseca Jim Fonseca says:

    Of course there is no such thing as a perfect nanny And even though the ending of the book is given away on the very first page, I m going to hide it in a spoiler view spoiler The opening page is the police scene the Nanny has stabbed both children to death hide spoiler The story is as much abo

  10. Jaidee Jaidee says:

    5 the forgotten, the forlorn, the enraged, the desperate stars 7th Favorite Read of 2019 Award Addendum I forgot to mention in my original review that I was compelled to read this because GR friend Roger B wrote a glowing review of the novel read in French Thanks so much Roger Louise is a middle aged

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