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Geneviève Gueron was as French as one could be. And while her peers were riding up and down the waves of hormonal instability, lamenting one second, rejoicing the next, she was simply and unequivocally in love with her life on the French Riviera. 1,691 more words
“You’re stopping my dole money?”
Mike Gayle has long been one of my favourite writers. With a tone that always sounds like he’s just telling you a story over a pint, and a sharp turn of phrase, his books are lined up for a re-read sometime soon, as only… 625 more words
America for Beginners by LeahFranqui @leahfranqui @HarperFiction @fictionpubteam @lovedreadinthis #AmericaForBeginners #BookReview
Harper Collins August 2018
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Three unlikely companions.
A trip of a lifetime.
Unexpected truths just waiting to be discovered.
Recently-widowed Pival Sengupta (first time in America, first time travelling alone, first time defying any sort of convention), her tour guide, Satya (Bangadeshi but pretending to be Bengalis, doesn’t really know anything about America), and her modesty companion, Rebecca (headstrong and modern, an aspiring / failing actress who needs to get out of her rut) are on a cross country tour from New York to Los Angeles.