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‘The Little Paris Bookshop’ by Nina George

I love the idea of a literary apothecary.  And seeing Monsieur Perdu set out on the adventure of a lifetime. Sure not so well planned but hey that’s life. Is the book a little  predictable sure but its still fun to read. Shows life is an adventure.

I did find it a shame that Monsieur Perdu waited so long to open the letter but then we wouldn’t have this story. I like how his life turned out in the end. And how the lives of others who are a part of this journey turn out for the better. There are a few surprises along the way.

You do find out why he never opened the letter and more importantly whats in the letter.

The companions he meets along the journey are interesting and defiantly different.

Bartering for books was a great idea. It makes one long for physical books because an ebook just can’t capture the really thing.

Once or twice the book did lag a little but in the end I did enjoy it. Its a mixture of adventure, healing, wisdom, life and books.

“I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.”