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Weekend in Paris

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2007

    hey

    Veronica Fairbanks Period 2 4/2/07 Weekend in Paris By Robyn Sisman This book was defiantly a good book. It¿s a fiction book. It had a lot of really good scenes in it. The main character was Molly and she was a blonde haired really good looking girl. She changes a lot during the book and it¿s for the better. In the beginning she couldn¿t tell that her busy didn¿t really like her for her working skills he hired her for her looks but at the end of the story she can tell that men do that to her. Also she found this guy in Paris and he shows her a new side of her the really loving kind and she finds a fun part of her. She finds that she wants her dad and really misses him because the boy she met has a bad a relationship with his father. There is a theme to this story and I believe it¿s that you should always look behind what you see. This relates to the story because through out the book Molly wants to be loved by the guy, but he really never liked her he just used her. She did always have her heart in him but it was there more then usual. The setting wasn¿t real important but the title would not be was it is if it were not in Paris. But Molly really wanted to go to Paris so in that way it did have some significance to the story. All the sight seeing would have been different to. Also Paris is really romantic and though out the story Molly was have a fling with a handsome man. The author used a lot of French in the book and it kind of made understanding the book more difficult then it already was. But it was good learning how French words looked like. A thing that would have been good for me in this book was if the author had written what he said in French in English after. If he would have done this then I could have know what they were talking about the whole time in stead of half the time. My recommendation for this book would be that if you don¿t like adult kind of books then don¿t read this. This book is definitely not made for kids. It¿s not that it has bad stuff it¿s that its kind of more words for adults. It also has a lot of French in this book. But over all it was a good book and I really enjoyed it. Also its more of a girl book then a guy book. It doesn¿t have any of the things that a guy likes to read about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2004

    I loved it

    I picked up this book by mistake and I am so glad I did!! It was a wonderful story, Molly was a great character. I couldn't stop reading, I was so enthralled I didn't realize who the friend was until he was revealed. I was so surprised at here final decision, I felt like I was at the train station watching her decide. I am booking my flight to Paris! Great book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2004

    Great book!

    Overall, this book is very well written, however, I feel that the romantic plot dragged the story down in a way. Despite this, I would still reccomend this light hearted book to anyone who is in the mood for a good girl power novel.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2004

    Great Read!

    This is a great book! I wished I were Molly! I can't wait to book my flight to Pairs! I'd love to find another book this good!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2004

    Good Book

    I just finished reading this book, and it was pretty good. It was easy to get engrossed with the storyline, although I thought it was kind of predictable towards the end especially with 'the Friend'. This book only re-emphasizes how much I want to travel to Europe!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2004

    Go Molly!

    I bought this book purely because the cover caught my eye as I was walking past the table. As I started reading the first chapter, it started to sound a bit like Devil Wears Prada, but it became so much more. Molly was a strong independent person, on the inside. It wasn't until the end that she realizes the strength she has had all along. The whirlwind romance with Fabrice and the immediate bonding with the local friends made her evolve as a character. I was able to relate to this character on many levels and my heart went out to her during her discovery. I would recommend this book to anyone. It is an easy read and well written book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2004

    A charming contemporary romance

    Raised by a single mother in a small town England, Molly Clearwater thought her career in London as a Marketing Officer would be the delightful first step towards greater things. Instead six months as a glorified office gofer at Phipps Lauzer Beryman Pharmaceutical leaves Molly disillusioned. She especially detests her nasty womanizer boss Malcolm Figg, who treats her with contempt and sarcasm........................................ However, her spirits picks up when Malcolm informs her she will accompany him to Paris for a major weekend business conference. She walks on cloud nine until she overhears two office gossips discussing her as Malcolm¿s latest weekend fling. Angry, Molly quits. Shockingly for someone who never left England, she takes the train to Paris anyway. Finding a cheap room, she meets Alicia a wild Aussie who takes her on a crazy tour of the city where she meets people that includes a tryst and a stranger at the pharmaceutical convention who will shake up her world once he and she realize who the other is.............................. Though twenty-one years old, Molly stars in a coming of age tale that changes her previously narrow outlook on the world. Molly is a great center holding the story line together, but it is the secondary cast that includes her Paris lover, Malcolm, the stranger at the convention and especially courageous Alicia who make gay Paris light up as few novels succeed in doing. Though the connection with the stranger at the convention is a stretch, readers will enjoy this delightful character study that hooks the audience the moment Molly learns why she is going to Paris until the final goodbyes................................. Harriet Klausner

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