The Red Notebook

Antoine Laurain (Author) Jane Aitken (Translator)
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Product Details

Price
$15.95  $14.67
Publisher
Gallic Books
Publish Date
April 07, 2015
Pages
240
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.6 X 0.5 inches | 0.25 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781908313867

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About the Author

Antoine Laurain is the award-winning author of six novels including The Red Notebook (Indie Next, MIBA bestseller) and The President's Hat (Waterstones Book Club, Indies Introduce). His books have been translated into 20 languages and sold more than 180,000 copies in English. He lives in Paris.

Reviews

"This is in equal parts an offbeat romance, detective story and a clarion call for metropolitans to look after their neighbours. . . . Reading The Red Notebook is a little like finding a gem among the bric-a-brac in a local brocante." --The Telegraph


"Definitely a heartwarming tale." --San Diego Book Review


"Resist this novel if you can; it's the very quintessence of French romance." --The Times


"Soaked in Parisian atmosphere, this lovely, clever, funny novel will have you rushing to the Eurostar post-haste. . . . A gem." --Daily Mail


"An instant, flawless masterpiece of Parisian perfection." --The Bookbag


"This tender and charming romance, written with characteristic Gallic flair, is part mystery and part love story. Flawlessly written, it does everything just right and, at the end, leaves a smile of satisfaction." --Foreword Reviews


"Lovely, clever, funny and soaked in fabulous Parisian atmosphere, this is the perfect French holiday read." --Daily Mail


"An endearing love story written in beautifully poetic prose. It is an enthralling mystery about chasing the unknown, the nostalgia for what could have been, and most importantly, the persistence of curiosity." --San Francisco Book Review


"This is a warm whimsical romantic cozy in which the location and the support cast bring plausibility to Laurent's quest that will remind the audience of the movie Serendipity." --Midwest Book Review


"With elements of mystery, romance, and drama coupled with the effervescence and charm of AmΓ©lie, The Red Notebook is a perfectly delightful and bubbly tale." --Typographical Era


"This is a novel you read with a smile on your face and a thirst to find out how it ends." --Elle