How to be Parisian wherever you are – review.

So how did you enjoy the book?!

I liked it, it was a very lighthearted read filled with sarcasm (which is right up my alley). I thoroughly enjoyed the poetry, and the way that all four of the women wrote in what was sometimes recipes, and sometimes a series of tips of lists. I have found a couple of recipes that i am keep on trying, and am even more excited to be going to France later this year! I found it to be a great read for just about anybody, and enjoyed being able to see a smell snapshot of the life of living in Paris. The book contains a list of places to visit in Paris from museums to cafes which was a great insight for anybody looking to travel there and delve into it’s heart.

  • What was your experience of the book, and what parts did you pull out to be the most interesting?
  • Have you been to Paris? How accurate did you find the book?

I am really interested to hear your opinions!

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Overall Description:
Lighthearted tales of four women who live in Paris. Contained information about where to eat, and witty sarcastic comments.

I would give it 4.5/5 overall. I really enjoyed it! It is not a book with a storyline, but more of a small glimpse into what it is like to live in Paris.

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