As winter melts into spring, will a year of romantic near - misses end with the French kiss Anna - and readers - have long awaited?
When I first stumbled across this book, I mistakenly took it as cutesy novel, something I wouldn’t be interested in, but with all the RAVING reviews , I decided to buy a copy and see what all the golly fuss was about. And I am so glad I did! I only wish I had of found this adorable book sooner.
I want to sing from the roof top how bloody brilliant this is. I want to start a group and discuss everything I loved about it. And I wan’t to tell those who haven’t yet read this book, to Run, not jog, but bolt, to your nearest bookstore to get a copy to read...like NOW!
If you STILL need convincing read on to find out everything I loved about Anna and the French Kiss. J
As soon as opened and read the first couple of pages, I already wanted more – more story, more Anna, more Paris, more everything . Within minutes Stephanie Perkins had already managed to put a smile on my dial. ;)I loved the gang - each and everyone one of them. I became completely invested in the characters and I loved learning about them as they were all so interesting and cool. I liked that the characters were real - not fake and bolony. Eveyone has faults *gasp* and I am glad that Stephanie Perkins included them in her characters, as I found it easy to relate to the them, and I am sure a lot of other readers did too!
Loved St. Clair – he was swoony-licous
I loved Stephanie Perkins writing style, it was easy to read and. I also loved the way she described Paris, it was beautiful, especially on Anna’s first night out. She made the scene come right off the page and I felt like I was there. It was torture reading about all the delectable, delicious food. My mouth was watering, and it made me want to jump on a plane to Paris to go eat with Anna and St. Clair.
I can’t count the times that this book had me bursting out laughing. :DI loved the pacing! There was never a dull moment in this book.
Basically I adored every word, sentence, paragraph, page and chapter. In whole, I loved this book.