Tag: France

  • The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley – A book review

    Have you read The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley? What other contemporary murder mysteries worked well for you? Have you read anything else from Foley? Let us talk.

  • Review shots: Christie’s murder mysteries

    It is a brand new month and that means it is time for mini reviews AKA review shots. And this week am gonna bring in three books from one author, who is one of  my all time favorites, Dame Agatha Christie. Don’t we all need some mystery thriller every month? These are our monthly picks […]

  • Me Talk Pretty One Day: A Book review

    Have you read Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris? What is your favorite memoir? Is it funny? Let us talk.

  • Flyaway Friday: An Insider view of the French lives

    Hello y’all and it is time again for the part two of our France; trip in our Flyaway Friday. In our first part we discussed the books that would take us to France. And now we have someone from France to tell us more about their country and their French way of life. Let us […]

  • Flyaway Friday: Books that will take you to France

    I love meeting new people and visiting new places. But I am also a person who would be happy to curl up in the bed with a book or watching the television. I mean why would people want to travel in real life when you can armchair travel all through the year right? And I […]

  • Meet Me in Paris: A Book Review

    One of the many reasons we read fiction is to escape the reality called life. Reading a memoir is like reading fiction for me, as it doesn’t happen to me or anyone I know. For instance, I didn’t realize Memoirs of a Geisha was an actual memoir until I completed it (yeah I kinda missed […]

  • Book Review: And the Mountains Echoed

    I just have to begin with I love Khaled Hossieni. There is something magical (sounds cliche I know) about his writing, his choice of words, metaphors and not the least the portrayal of human emotions. This is the second book of his that I am reading (and his third book) and I should say I […]