Weekend in Paris is a light read and is more suitable for younger readers but I liked the story and the adventure that Molly Clearwater experiences in this one WEEKEND IN PARIS. Molly is 21 year old. She learns that Confidence comes through action, that the only approval you need is your own, and the fastest way to improve your self-confidence is to do the exact thing you fear. She has never been outside of her home town and is now being sent to Paris by her boss, Malcolm, who has ulterior motives about this trip. Malcolm is a womanizer and is planning to seduce Molly like he did all the other women at his company. Will Molly survive the test? The weekend will change Molly’s life – forever!
I read a quote from the book The Afterlife of Billy Fingers (Annie Kagan) on Facebook. I knew I just had to read this book. I am very curious what happens to us when we die, where we go to, what is the “Afterlife”, and I found a lot of my questions answered in this book, The Afterlife of Billy Fingers. The story touched my soul. It is well written, and captivated me from beginning to end. Once you start to read it you cannot put it down until you have read the very last page.
Have you ever felt like you want to run until you reached Greenland? That there is nothing left in life for you? That you have come to a dead end in your persona/spiritual life? I am sure many of us had the same or similar experience(s). Elizabeth Gilbert takes us on a scenic tour, a love affair but most importantly on a SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE in her book EAT PRAY LOVE.
Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky – what a fantastic book. It is an intriguing story set in 1940 during the early years of German occupation of France. It is a story of despair, fear, chaos but also in the end – HOPE.
In the first chapter of Suite Française, STORM, Irène portrays the life of the people of France where they have to flee their homes, hiding in the fields, and flee to the neighbouring cities.
The different characters are portrayed so well;
Her Mother’s Hope by Francine Francis is a remarkable story about two women who not only show us how to be brave in life but also to have the courage and the determination to make a success of your life!
Francine Rivers writes this story with passion, keeping you in suspense and awe as you journey with Marta through her life of sorrow, pain but also wonderment and excitement.
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