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Nina George - The Little Paris Bookshop (2nd Hand Paperback)

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A delightful and quirky story about Monsieur Jean Perdu’s Literary Apothecary: a barge moored on the river Seine.

He’s a bookseller with a difference - he only sells books to customers that he believes they need, not always what they came in to buy. His recommendation, or ‘diagnosis’, is made after a brief consultation aboard the floating bookshop - it’s a unique gift he possesses, you see.

There’s just one problem - Monsieur Perdu cannot heal himself. For over twenty years he has lived alone in his apartment trying to forget his lost love and by doing so, he has also forgotten how to live.

  • Format : Standard 2nd Hand Paperback.
  • Condition : Very Good
  • Category : Fiction - Modern Mainstream Fiction
  • Published : 2013 (This Ed. 2015 - Abacus)
  • ISBN : 9780349140377
  • SKU : B000553
  • PPC : SP300gm
  • RRP : £8.99
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.
External Reviews

"A true gem for fiction lovers" - Good Housekeeping.

"The Little Paris Bookshop is a wonderful tale showing the power of friendship and love France magazine A gentle, heartwarming tale of discovery" - Candis.

"A novel about love and books - what better?" - Woman and Home.

"Nina George tells us clever things about love, about literature that 'puts a bounce in your step', about tango in Provence. One of those books that gets you thinking about whom you must give it to as a gift even while you're still reading it, because it makes you happy, and should be part of any well-stocked apothecary." - Hamburg Morning Post.

"Enchanting and moving . . . Rarely have I read such a beautiful book!" - Tina Magazine.

The Author

Nina George is a German writer, best known as the author of The Little Paris Bookshop, an international bestseller, that has been translated in more than 28 languages as of 2015, and sold in more than 500.000 copies. She has published 26 books as well as over hundred short stories and more than 600 columns.