Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Anna and the French KissAnna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This fun witty book was a delight to read. Anna is being shipped off from her home in Atlanta to go to a private school in Paris. She doesn't want to leave her friends and can't understand why she has to go anywhere....let alone to a school where she doesn't speak the language. I adored this book. The characters were amazingly well developed, genuine and real. The dialogue felt natural and frequently made me laugh out loud.

Anna and the French Kiss is probably one of the most fun books I have read this year. Sometimes you need something light and flirty to read. This book definitely fits the bill.

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1 comment:

  1. Anna is such a great character! Her voice and her thought processes and little peeves made her an instant favorite of mine. If she were real, I think she'd have been my friend. She's even got a review blog - for film rather than books, but still! The secondary characters are realistic and well done. I loved most of them, and loved hating some of them as well. I adored Anna's whole group of friends that she makes in Paris. But one thing that amazed me is that there is a very minor character that only appears in the book twice, and for but a second each time, and I fell in love with that character, too! So yeah, I loved the characterization in this one.