Aug 10, 2014

My Favorite Books Set in Paris 2 + Giveaway


I couldn't limit my favorite books set in Paris to one post. I had to write another. I've selected different books, but I think they're equally great!


Sarah's Key is emotional and gripping from beginning to end. It's an amazing book.


The main characters are drinking and partying in Paris. They aren't really happy, but they're enjoying the city. I'm a big fan of Ernest Hemingway and this is one of my all time favorite books.


Technically only the beginning of this book is set in Paris, the rest of the story is about a bakery in Compiegne. Because this book is so French I think it deserves a place in this post anyway. I liked it very much and I can't recommend it enough.


 Amy Plum has set her Revenants trilogy in Paris. I really liked these books and have read all of them in three days time. I love paranormal romance and this series is one of the best in the YA supernatural romance genre.


No and Me is a story about a highly intelligent high school girl who wants to rescue a friend who's living on the streets. It's an emotional story about learning how to accept certain things in life.


The Elegance of the Hedgehog is a story about class. It's about knowing ones place in society, beauty, friendship and intelligence.


The Lollipop Shoes is the second book in the Chocolat series. In this novel the main character has a shop in Paris. I loved the mysteriousness of this magical realism novel.


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7 comments:

  1. Paris romantic scenery and feelings always haunt me.

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  2. eating and drinking and people watching in the pavement cafés!

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  3. I love the france champaigne and food!! I have read the books from Amy Plum and they were GREAT!!

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  4. never been, always wanted to visit for the history

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  5. To be honest Paris is not my favourite city...

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  6. My daughters are completely obsessed with Paris and they're influencing me!

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