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Creative director Patrick relaxes with his pets in his flower-lined garden on a July morning. And for good reason.
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I have just finished this book on my last day of vacation. It is an excellent story. Jane Cook teaches French in a US university. One day, she comes home and find a manuscript. She decides to read it and slowly realizes it is telling her story, her life, w I am the first one writing a review because this book was in fact written by a French author who still teaches in a US university.
She decides to read it and slowly realizes it is telling her story, her life, with every single detail about her job, her lovers, simple events in her life Even her most inner feelings are written on the paper.
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The more she reads, the more she learns about herself. But she keep wondering who knew her so well to know so many details about her. A very beautiful story, but also tons of hints about life, and love. It's amazing how sometimes the books you enjoy the most are the ones who reflect the most how you feel.
It is everything but a book of romance, love and happy ending. Very intrusive I think in what you may feel sometimes in the same situation, because no doubt you'll think it is stunning how real this all sounds to you. Le style est bien. I read this book in French.
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It does get a little more interesting towards the end as the plot takes an unexpected turn and reveals a rather intricate construction. It was an easy read, but the problem with Jane is that I didn't really care about her and her story May 30, Vincent Jr. I love this story because it's such a puzzling story. The idea and premise of the story is stunningly brilliant, and the suspense in the current day scenes -- trying to piece the clues together -- gave it a mystery-type feel. While, at times it had its Sex in the City-type moments which is when the book was least enjoyable for me the ending -- the most important part of any book -- made it very much so worth finishing.
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I recommend it to one and all. Oct 16, Colleen rated it it was ok Shelves: contemporary , mystery.
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Very interesting and unique idea: Jane opens a package and finds a manuscript that details everything that has happened in her life over the past ten years in minute detail. The mystery is, who wrote it? I liked it, but got frustrated sometimes by the neurotic Jane. Too bad she was such a loser!
Aug 09, Linette rated it it was amazing Shelves: adult-fiction , books-i-own. Great book that left me wanting more. I was in love with the characters and story line, so simple yet so profound. I especially loved the twist ending. It was wonderful and made want to read more of her work. Jan 17, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: , read-library. What if someone wrote a story about you? Would you know who wrote it? Jane receives a mysterious manuscript at her door, with her own personal life story in it. Will she figure out who wrote it?
Feb 01, Kris rated it really liked it. The ending is amazing. The ending is so very good.
Nov 06, Samantha rated it it was ok. May 12, Kelly Servant rated it really liked it. View all 3 comments. Mar 14, Liz rated it really liked it. Really captures the imagination. A little romance, a little intrigue, a surprise ending. What more could you want? Will keep you up late! Jun 08, Beckie rated it really liked it. Caught me from the beginning.
Good look at relationships and how easily you can destroy. Sep 03, Anita rated it it was ok. Nov 06, G rated it it was ok. Am reading this in French.
I like the contemporary language and terms. I am halfway through and it has finally gotten a little more intriguing. Lecture intrigante, mais my god que le personnage principal est annoying!!! Julie Boston rated it liked it Feb 03, Bridget rated it really liked it Feb 18, Ashley Holowell rated it really liked it Oct 11, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Catherine Cusset. Catherine Cusset.