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read Anna and the French Kiss kindle ¹ Hardcover ☆ hannahredhead Þ Anna is looking forward to her senior year in Atlanta where she has a great job a loyal best friend and a crush on the verge of becoming Which is why she is less than thrilled about being shipped off to boarding school in Paris until sheAnna is looking forward to her senior year in Atlanta where she has a great job a loyal best friend and a crush on the verge of becoming Which is why she is When I was four I fell off a tree I hit the ground face first What I didn't know was that there was a very small sharp root sticking out of the ground at the base of the tree It went through my cheek I went to the ER but had to wait until 2am because it was a busy night I sat there for hours in that ER with a hole in my cheek When the doctor finally saw me he thought that since it was a busy night and there were so many people in the ER that he would just sew up my cheek without having to wait for an anesthetic And he did He sewed my cheek back together with no pain relief I have never experienced pain like that again in my life Until now Anna and the French Kiss was painful than that night in hospital It is a lifeless desolate lump of a novel Its only purpose in this world is as a gauge by which we measure bad novels This is the bottom of the gauge and Twilight is at the top Anna is the stupidest person I've ever come across in fiction She is a self confessed film buff and hopes to one day become America's leading film critic She obviously must know A LOT about film then eh sigh She's a supposed film buff but yet knows nothing of Paris PARIS The home of fucking film At one point in the novel she is genuinely SURPRISED that Paris has cinemas FUCKING CINEMAS How can she be so incredibly ignorant of the place where film was fucking invented and know literally nothing of French cinema BUT YET call herself a fan of film Ridiculous She eventually actually goes to the cinema a couple of times but lo and behold what does she watch American films She in the home of film and she watches American films I can't deal with this girl Oh but let us for one second talk about the love interest Mr My Name Is So French It's Borderline Racist Étienne St Clair He is literally every male love interest YA cliche rolled into one festering tumour of a character He's American BUT has a British accent he has messy hair BUT his room is meticulously clean he's book smart smells nice and is probably the Second Coming of Christ He is UNBEARABLE He's like Augustus Water but this guy doesn't have the common courtesy to die at the end How rudeI hated everything about this novel It felt unresearched rushed and in places dumbed down It is written in a style that I can only describe as unemployed Sex and the City screen writer I wish this novel came with a warning Keep out of reach of children and teenagers and adults dogs garden gnomes your grandmother school janitors priests gibbons and especially anybody who lives in Paris because this novel is an insult to their cityI'll finish with a uote from one of my favourite film critics Roger Ebert who gets a mention in this novel and I'm pretty sure he's turning in his grave because of it I'll manipulate the uote a bit but the sentiment still prevails This book doesn't scrape the bottom of the barrel This book isn't the bottom of the barrel This book isn't below the bottom of the barrel This book doesn't deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence with barrels

Anna and the French KissAnna is looking forward to her senior year in Atlanta where she has a great job a loyal best friend and a crush on the verge of becoming Which is why she is When I was four I fell off a tree I hit the ground face first What I didn't know was that there was a very small sharp root sticking out of the ground at the base of the tree It went through my cheek I went to the ER but had to wait until 2am because it was a busy night I sat there for hours in that ER with a hole in my cheek When the doctor finally saw me he thought that since it was a busy night and there were so many people in the ER that he would just sew up my cheek without having to wait for an anesthetic And he did He sewed my cheek back together with no pain relief I have never experienced pain like that again in my life Until now Anna and the French Kiss was painful than that night in hospital It is a lifeless desolate lump of a novel Its only purpose in this world is as a gauge by which we measure bad novels This is the bottom of the gauge and Twilight is at the top Anna is the stupidest person I've ever come across in fiction She is a self confessed film buff and hopes to one day become America's leading film critic She obviously must know A LOT about film then eh sigh She's a supposed film buff but yet knows nothing of Paris PARIS The home of fucking film At one point in the novel she is genuinely SURPRISED that Paris has cinemas FUCKING CINEMAS How can she be so incredibly ignorant of the place where film was fucking invented and know literally nothing of French cinema BUT YET call herself a fan of film Ridiculous She eventually actually goes to the cinema a couple of times but lo and behold what does she watch American films She in the home of film and she watches American films I can't deal with this girl Oh but let us for one second talk about the love interest Mr My Name Is So French It's Borderline Racist Étienne St Clair He is literally every male love interest YA cliche rolled into one festering tumour of a character He's American BUT has a British accent he has messy hair BUT his room is meticulously clean he's book smart smells nice and is probably the Second Coming of Christ He is UNBEARABLE He's like Augustus Water but this guy doesn't have the common courtesy to die at the end How rudeI hated everything about this novel It felt unresearched rushed and in places dumbed down It is written in a style that I can only describe as unemployed Sex and the City screen writer I wish this novel came with a warning Keep out of reach of children and teenagers and adults dogs garden gnomes your grandmother school janitors priests gibbons and especially anybody who lives in Paris because this novel is an insult to their cityI'll finish with a uote from one of my favourite film critics Roger Ebert who gets a mention in this novel and I'm pretty sure he's turning in his grave because of it I'll manipulate the uote a bit but the sentiment still prevails This book doesn't scrape the bottom of the barrel This book isn't the bottom of the barrel This book isn't below the bottom of the barrel This book doesn't deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence with barrels

kindle Ý Anna and the French Kiss Þ Stephanie Perkins

Anna and the French Kiss ç Ing a serious girlfriend But in the City of Light wishes have a way of coming true Will a year of romantic near misses end with their long awaited French ki 5 BRILLIANT STARSOne lovely word Étienne Sweet sweet sweetI might just have fallen in loveThis story euals exactly Friday night rain outside chick flick Skittles chocolate popcorn comfortable couch lovely boyfriendfriends HEAVEN 10 Things You’ll Find 1 A main character that has personality2 A swoon worthy love interest3 Some beautiful friendly relationships4 Secondary characters that are truly unforgettable5 A setting you won’t resist it’s Paris guys PARIS6 A plot that doesn’t lack of originality7 Lovely humour that makes a delightful atmosphere8 A than pleasant writing style that doesn’t do repetition9 No moment of boredom10 A new favourite series to fangirl overSuch a relaxing and absolutely worth reading story I’m very picky with my contemporaries since I had so many bad experiences and try to learn from them and avoid subjects I don’t feel comfortable reading about such as raping cheating polygamy etc Those were only examples doesn’t mean the story contains all of them That’s why I waited so much before reading this That and the negative reviewsI first discovered it last year and heard that there is cheating in the story which made me wince a little A lot actually At first I didn’t want to even slightly touch it But at the same time people cheating on others happens freuently in our society so not tolerating those kind of situations in my reads made me realize that I get uite limited on books I ‘can’ read So I got passed that To be honest the cheating in this book did not bother me that much because 1 it was realistic 2 the guy was a dick and 3 means the girl concerned was then free of the guy in uestion Of course it isn’t pretty but it’s not that dramatic or taking many many pagesExcept for that cheating situation I was referring to above it’s really the kind of read that will make you smile and smile and smile some but also feel concerned when necessary because even though it’s light overall there are some scenes here and there that are serious and sad but not unbearably sadAnother thing that I really appreciated was the fact that I actually learned new information about authors especially For example I had no idea the author of The Little Prince Antoine de Saint Exupéry died in a plane crash How awful but pertinent information to learn in my opinion Anything concerning authors of classics is pertinent to my eyesVery recommended especially to every YA contemporary romance fan out there You may also enjoy Wish You Were ItalianBonne lectureArt source kindle Ý Anna and the French Kiss Þ Stephanie Perkins

Stephanie Perkins Þ Anna and the French Kiss kindle

Stephanie Perkins Þ Anna and the French Kiss kindle Less than thrilled about being shipped off to boarding school in Paris until she meets Étienne St Clair Smart charming beautiful Étienne has it allinclud Update after reading this book for the THIRD timeEtienne ETIENNE The boy of my dreams wellsecond place after Will Herondale but still that's a high honor Stephanie Perkins is one of my favorite YA contemporary writers as she has this way of writing books which really sound SO cheesy plot and title wise that leaves you in a puddle of happy tears and hormones after the last page This book has an inexplicable uality that even after reading the book multiple times I can fall in love with the characters again and again and it feels like the first time The best romance book I've ever read This read is not only completely and utterly adorable it is incredibly relatable and witty I love how Stephanie Perkins wrote each character and how all of the characters will tie together in her three books I can't wait for Isla and the Happily Ever After to come out