Book Review: The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

Review: The Little Paris Bookshop Author: Nina George Translator: Simon Pare Publisher: Abacus, 2010 Monsieur Jean Perdu runs a bookshop from a barge on the Seine in Paris. (Let's stop right there for a second. I have to admit that was enough to hook me. If anyone knows of a bookshop barge in Paris or elsewhere please let me know. I want to go there and give reign to my love of books!) Monsieur Perdu is no ordinary bookseller. He has a gift for helping “troubled souls.” Every person had a gift, and his happened to be transperception. The bookshop is called The Literary Apothecary and through it, Perdu prescribes just the right books for just the right people. Feeling down

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