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P S from Paris From Marc Levy the most read French author alive today comes a modern day love story between a famous actress hiding in Paris and a bestselling writer lying to himself They knew their friendship was

  • Title: P.S. from Paris
  • Author: Marc Levy Sam Taylor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From Marc Levy, the most read French author alive today, comes a modern day love story between a famous actress hiding in Paris and a bestselling writer lying to himself They knew their friendship was going to be complicated, but love and the City of Lights just might find a way.On the big screen, Mia plays a woman in love But in real life, she s an actress in need of aFrom Marc Levy, the most read French author alive today, comes a modern day love story between a famous actress hiding in Paris and a bestselling writer lying to himself They knew their friendship was going to be complicated, but love and the City of Lights just might find a way.On the big screen, Mia plays a woman in love But in real life, she s an actress in need of a break from her real life philandering husband the megastar who plays her romantic interest in the movies So she heads across the English Channel to hide in Paris behind a new haircut, fake eyeglasses, and a waitressing job at her best friend s restaurant.Paul is an American author hoping to recapture the fame of his first novel When his best friend surreptitiously sets him up with Mia through a dating website, Paul and Mia s relationship status is complicated Even though everything about Paris seems to be nudging them together, the two lonely ex pats resist, concocting increasingly far fetched strategies to stay just friends A feat easier said than done, as fate has other plans in store Is true love waiting for them in a postscript

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    1. Pouting Always on said:

      Mia is a British actress who runs off to Paris to stay with her best friend after getting fed up of her husband's cheating. Their movie is due to come out soon, and since they're starring together Mia doesn't want to make a public scene of their separation so she changes her appearance and tries to lay low. Paul is an American author who moved to Paris after his first book was published, but since then his books have not been very popular, except for surprisingly in Korea. His friend concerned a [...]

    2. Obsidian on said:

      I honestly don't feel like reliving what I already wrote in my update besides the fact that I don't know if I would have liked this more in the original French or what. The dialogue seemed off to me and the plots (such as they were) did not seem realistic at all.The book focuses on two characters. Mia who is an English actress who I guess is famous. And Paul, who is a writer who has become a success in Korea. Yeah you read that right. I would honestly just say that this book is the literary vers [...]

    3. Maria Clara on said:

      Es increíble, estoy pensando qué decir de esta novela y, sencillamente, me encuentro con la famosa página en blanco. Supongo que algo de culpa la pueda tener el protagonista que, como escritor, la sufre en algún momento de la historia. O puede ser que en este caso las palabras sobren; aunque, claro, sin palabras, la página seguirá en blanco.

    4. Diana on said:

      What a charming romantic comedy! I will admit it took me a bit to get into the writing style. (I often wonder how much is lost in translation??). However, it is a short book and I was engrossed before long. This is the kind of book that puts a smile on your face while reading. I can definitely see this as a movie that I would enjoy watching. A great, light-hearted, short summer read.

    5. Lisa on said:

      A delightful love story set in Paris, where everything is not quite what it seems. SUMMARYOn the big screen Mia plays a woman in love. But in real life, she’s an famous British actress in need of a break from her real-life cheating husband. She escapes from London to Paris behind a new haircut, and a waitressing job at her best friend Daisy’s, restaurant. Paul is an American author, living quietly in Paris, and doing his best to stay out of the literary spotlight. When Paul’s best friend s [...]

    6. Nicole on said:

      This book didn't do it for me. It was a Kindle First book, and I'm glad it was free. I didn't like the writing. Like, at all. Perhaps it's better in French? The point of view felt lazy, not omniscient. The dialogue wasn't believable to me, which was unfortunate since the story relied on the heavy dialogue and minimal descriptions. The characters didn't seem like real people and the whole story just felt 'meh.' There was something missing -- I just didn't believe the characters or their stories. [...]

    7. Thanh Thanh on said:

      4.5/5 Hôm bữa có một bài báo cho rằng những cuốn sách của Marc Levy và Musso chỉ được xem là ngôn tình, vì vậy không được đánh giá cao như những tiểu thuyết Pháp kinh điển khác. Mình thấy cũng đúng, chúng giống ngôn tình thật, nhưng nếu mọi cuốn ngôn tình trên thế giới đều được viết như phong cách của bác Marc, thì mình sẽ đánh giá thể loại truyện này cao hơn nhiều. Dù truyện nhẹ nhà [...]

    8. Noémie on said:

      4,5 c'est tendre et pimenté! J'ai passé un très bon moment !

    9. Mandy on said:

      An unashamedly romantic novel from popular French writer Marc Levy. I’ve read quite a few of his love stories and they are all without exception gentle, charming, light and heart-warming, with a very French feel to them, a bit quirky with sparkly dialogue and engaging characters. I suppose overall they don’t amount to very much but I find them really enjoyable and it’s nice on occasion to read something that is no more than it pretends to be – a sweet love story. In this his latest offer [...]

    10. Rachel on said:

      Lovely ReadI loved this book. Clean, straightforward writing with an engaging voice. Loved, loved, loved the twist and the ending. There were moments i laughed out loud. This book was "marvelful." : )

    11. Maria on said:

      Um romance simples, mas que me agradou muito.Opinião completa: marcadordelivros/

    12. Carla Palmeiro on said:

      So, tells me that Marc Levy is the most-read French author today and I wonder, really!? Contemporary French literature must be in a deep rut because this just won the price for the worst book I’ve read the entire year!! Fortunately, rarely do I encounter such weak writing and storytelling. This is quintessential light reading with a strong emphasis on the light part!His writing skills and storytelling did remind me of a once famous writer in my native country; Margarida Rebelo Pinto, once the [...]

    13. Gigi on said:

      DNF.The writing is stilted and I didn't feel drawn to the characters, probably because they were all quite flat and one-dimensional.

    14. Rebecca on said:

      This looked like a quick read, and turned out to be a very quick read when I decided not to finish it.

    15. Ali on said:

      Historia bonita y corta (200 paginas aprox). Los diálogos entre ellos son divertidos y peculiares. No es una historia de sentimientos profundos pero es bastante entretenida y adictiva, sobre todo por la forma en que está escrita.

    16. Mi vida en hojas de papel on said:

      una historia que me ha recordado a lo mejor de Marc Levy, con una trama original, divertida, natural e inesperada, acompañada de unos personajes inconfundibles.Reseña completa aquí: mividaenhojadepapel.c

    17. Dee Arr on said:

      Over the years, I have found that books that promise to be funny or a “comedy” seldom live up to the hype. While I am not sure why I took a chance with author Marc Levy’s “P.S. from Paris,” I have to say that it was not a disappointment. Here’s why:CHARACTERS – Mia is an actress, caught between her career and the actions of her philandering husband. Her life is one that pulls her in directions she doesn’t always want to go, and she struggles with the feelings that she begins to f [...]

    18. Nata on said:

      E prima carte pe care o citesc de Marc Levy și contrar multor opinii pe care le-am auzit despre scrierile lui, mie mi-a plăcut destul de mult acest roman. L-am citit cap coadă făcând nouă ore de drum spre București. Umorul cred că salvează foarte mult această carte, dar e atât de potrivit cu personajele și acțiunile lor. E vorba despre Paul și Mia. El scriitor, ea actriță. Li se înscenează o întâlnire de care ei nu au habar. Hotărăsc să rămână prieteni. Mia suferă dup [...]

    19. Middlemist Red on said:

      ‘Elle et Lui’ is a lovely romantic comedy that I can picture exactly as a great movie, if anybody would look into it and decide to have a new go at this Author.I had never read Marc Levy but obviously knew him by name. This is an author who sells a lot of books every year, and one of the French authors the most “profitable”. This book contains some very funny passages, misunderstandings, and dialogues with cute puns. Sure, it's not great literature, but it is such an easy and enjoyable r [...]

    20. Grace on said:

      2.5 starsThis was my first time using Kindle First. The idea behind the story was intriguing, but the execution was lacking in my opinion. I'm not sure if this book was translated from French, so that might be part of the problem. But ultimately it came down to the characters, both of which I had trouble connecting with. I liked how they first met but never understood how they weren't honest to each other, their friends, or themselves.I liked the book more once they arrived in Korea and where th [...]

    21. Maria Sol on said:

      No me gustó, principalmente creo que con lo que menos pude conectar y por ello que este libro no me gustara, es con el estilo del autor, demasiado inconexo, todo pasa como muy rápido y sin demasiadas explicaciones, me faltaron muchas cosas en este libro, mucha mezcla, se lée muy rápido y todo queda sin profundizar en nada. Es una lástima porque creo que la historia esta buena, pero realmente la forma en que esta contada no es para mí, es el primer libro que leo de este autor y si lo quiere [...]

    22. Lucia Ortega on said:

      3,5/5Me ha gustado la historia pero los diálogos algunas veces me parecía forzados y los protagonistas muy serios y sosos.Es un libro ligero, rápido de leer y perfecto para desconectar :D

    23. Maria Carmo on said:

      What an adorable way of meeting some of our favorite characters of Marc Levy again after several years! How close one can feel to these characters, these stories that entwine themselves and lead us by the hand in a mounting thrill, until the end which, apparently, is never quite final (remember how his first book with Lauren and Arthur "If only it were true" (where Paul was Arthur's best friend) was followed, years later, by "Finding You" - the meeting of Lauren and Arthur againThis time - and w [...]

    24. Laura on said:

      3,5 estrellas. Después de leer historias densas, me gusta desconectar con este tipo de libros. Me he reído muchísimo con estos dos El final un poco flojillo.

    25. Lindsay Nixon on said:

      This book was holding strong at a solid 3-stars. My entire review was going to be something like "another sweet chick lit story of 2 people who unexpectedly fall in love." UNTIL I reached 75% 😳😳😳 It was a twist you cannot see coming and breathes excitement into the story. It's a bit like being served vanilla ice cream for the 20th time, which is perfectly fine and enjoyable hard to get wrong and you're settled in with that and then your friend drizzled balsamic vinegar on it and you thi [...]

    26. Eu amo a lua do lado que eu nunca vi on said:

      Romance urbano, comédia romântica, muitos diálogos e cenários numa narrativa sem pontos mortos.Entretém é certo, mas não compreendo, como Marc Levy possa ser o autor francês mais lido em todo o mundo com mais de 40 milhões de exemplares vendidos e publicados em 49 idiomas.Provavelmente, resultará melhor numa adaptação cinematográfica. Não obstante, dar-lhe-ei uma segunda oportunidade; na verdade, nunca antes tinha lido este escritor.

    27. Ellen Trautner on said:

      I read this while on vacation, and it's definitely that kind of book. An improbable love story that will most likely be adapted into a romantic comedy starring Kristen Bell and her husband who I know is also famous but I can't remember his name.Easy read, with a mostly predictable plot but still fun. Two things annoyed me: the super famous, beautiful, rich actress sulking about her life and going on a dating website (pretending to be her friend, a French chef) and meeting a great guy within seco [...]

    28. Linda Zagon on said:

      MY REVIEW OF "P.S. FROM PARIS' by MARC LEVYI love the scenic descriptions of Paris  in "P.S. From Paris " by Marc Levy. The author creates amazing artistic impressions that I can only visualize. The Opera House, the streets, the hotels, the stores, the cafes, and the Restaurants and the scenic water. I can also taste the food that sounds so delicious. Paris truly sounds like an enchanting place to be.The genres  of this story are Fiction and Romance. The timeline is set in the present. The set [...]

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