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    Simply enchanting

    One of the saddest, yet the most beautiful books I've read in a long while. Nina George manages to blend humour with sadness and the cocktail works. Truly uplifting but never obvious.
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    A delightful journey through a lost love affair in France .

    A charming , poignant story of a man who decides to find out the truth of a long lost love by looking through France from Paris by boat . Wonderful characters who meet along the way as the story unfolds . Passion ,food and books with humour and sadness and love for s the glue that holds it altogether. Loved it .
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    The Little Paris Bookshop

    An absorbing read full of colour and feeling. Descriptions of the south of France are the best I have read.
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    Recommend

    I savoured this -- did not to want to rush through as I usually do. Now just need know where can I find a bookseller like Jean!
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    The Large Parisian Book Barge

    If there's one (of many things) that men can't do well, it's to write a female character. So many women tell me. That would be to overlook the obvious inversion. Women generally don't write male characters well. Nina George is no exception. Her protagonist, Jean Perdu, positively gushes his way though her novel. He gushes, simpers and empathises more than any woman would. Apart from that the novel is poorly structured and about 80 pages too long. I had to skip the last 50 as they got too tedious and telegraphic to hold my attention.
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