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The Lovliest Chocolate Shop In Paris (2013)

by Jenny Colgan(Favorite Author)
3.83 of 5 Votes: 4
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review 1: A good book. I liked how the two narratives paralleled each other from different time periods.I did feel that the last few chapters were a bit rushed and I think the characters would have reacted to things with a little more feeling.The descriptions of Paris were lovely, however, and I could imagine myself being there wandering down the cobbled side streets. I could also practically taste the chocolate as Colgan described it on the page. I loved how Anna really came into her own as she left her sleepy little English town and found herself in a little apartment in Paris. All in all, I enjoyed the book. It was a light, quick read.
review 2: A quick reading romance that fulfilled my expectations. Not a great book, and I don't find Colgan to be a particularly great
... more writer, but that could be because the vernacular of British English is so different from that of American English and I found some parts a bit annoyingly informal even though it's a novel written in the 1st person. These are just my own weird little idiosyncrasies and whatever, I digress.There were lots of cliche bits and parts that were unnecessarily obtuse, but it's a love story about going away to Paris and making chocolate and going into oneself. I liked it. It was fun. less
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Enjoyable, I feel that my next vacation should be visiting Paris and trying out gourmet chocolates.
I would give 3.5 stars. I enjoyed it. Simply put: super cute!
I just loved it :-)
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