I don't usually read this kid of books but somehow I got hold of Left Bank and never regretted reading it.
It's the story of an English girl who goes to Paris to work as an au-pair and ends up falling in love (or so she thinks, anyway) with the man in the house she's working at. I thought Muir gives a pretty good description of our modern and valueless society and one can't help but laugh at the way she ridicules the stereotypical characters, who, I think are definitely out there.
A fun read for the holidays.
Quiet interesting book. I would say the setting of this book is quiet interesting. It is just fasicating to read into another culture: paris!
Characters: I would say I can understand their feelsings very well. I really appreciate reading this book. The ending is sweet, too sweet. But why cannot a girl have a near-like fairy tale ending? In the end, they all get what they want....Continua
I was attracted by the title, therefore went against some reviews left by readers in Amazon.co.uk and purchased this book. But soon found that it is very difficult to like any characters in the book. My growing frustration with the characters in the story forced me to give up reading the book....Continua