The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

***This is a sponsored post. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.***


Summary: An aging bookseller takes off on an adventure after being forced to read a 20 year old letter left to him by his life’s love. A journey of self-discovery and making new friends along the way, this book will make you pause and reflect on your own life.

This book made me cry at times because it resonated with me. Two lessons I’ve taken away from it are: (1) sometimes you need to leave everything behind in order to find your true self; and (2) cry when you need to cry, because “sometimes you’re swimming in unwept tears and you’ll go under if you store them up inside” (pg. 9).

Overall, I enjoyed this book so much, I’m adding a copy of it to my library’s Leisure collection.

© Cori Large 23 June 2016

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10 Responses to The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

  1. candy says:

    Reading is one of my favorite me time activities. Hate it when I start a book only to find out it doesn’t really read well. I appreciate an honest opinion and will check out The Little Paris Bookshop.

  2. I am into Paris books right now as we are returning in May. I will have to look at this one! It sounds like I should add it to my list.

  3. I hadn’t heard of it before. Sounds like it might be really interesting. The plot made me think of P.S. I Love You

  4. Roxy says:

    Traveling to Paris is my dream. Maybe reading this will let me imagine being there for a bit.

  5. Amber Starr says:

    I hadn’t heard of this book before. I agree, sometimes you need a good cry to move on and release some feelings/emotion.

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