November Book Challenge: Day 2

“A book that you’ve read more than three times.”

Hmm… As I said in the last post, I didn’t really read anything until this year. So I’ve been trying to read as many books as possible. But I had an accident on my Kobo app, and wound up reading Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins twice. Then when I borrowed it recently from the library for my cousin to read it, I looked a bit through it and read parts of it again.
So I guess my answer is Anna and the French Kiss, then!

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I wrote a review of this book back in May, which you can check out here.

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins is briefly told, a lovely book that takes place in Paris. Anna, our main character, is shipped off to Paris by her parents for her last year of high school. There, she befriends Meredith and her group of friends, which consists of Josh, Rashmi and the irresistable St. Clair.
She quickly becomes smitten by St. Clair and their friendship developes fast as well, despite St. Clair already having a girlfriend, and Meredith having a huge crush on him.

I won’t spoil you on anything else, but I would absolutely recommend you this super awesome contemporary book, which is the first in Perkins’ three book serie. After reading this, I highly recommend continuing with Lola and the Boy Next Door (reviewed here) and Isla and the Happily Ever After (also reviewed here). Anna and the French Kiss was Perkins’ debut novel, and, I must say, is very good for debut novel. Just check it out guys. You know you want to 😉

As always, much love!
– Ellen

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