Monthly Archives: March 2012

Review: The Last Time I Saw Paris by Lynn Sheene

I love books that take place in France (hence, the name of the blog).  And I really loved reading Lynn Sheene’s The Last Time I Saw Paris.  It starts in 1940, when Claire runs away from a life of lies … Continue reading

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Review: I Am Not a Serial Killer by Dan Wells

I Am Not a Serial Killer is the story of John, a teenager living in a small town.  John is not your typical teenager though.  He is a sociopath and knows that he is just one step away from becoming … Continue reading

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Review: The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood

What can I really say about The Year of the Flood that hasn’t been said before?  Margaret Atwood is brilliant.  I love her.  This was my first time reading her and I can promise you it will not be my … Continue reading

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Review: Tout Sweet by Karen Wheeler

Tout Sweet is a memoir of author Karen Wheeler’s spur of the moment idea to buy a house in the French countryside and then move there to renovate the house.  I, of course, loved it.  Especially since she moved to … Continue reading

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