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Book Review: One Evening in Paris by Nicolas Barreau

"One Evening in Paris" by Nicolas Barreau was alright. I can't say it was excellent but I didn't hate it either. Alain has inherited a small art cinema in Paris. The popular romance stories of the past bring Alain peace and it seems to complete his life. But one day a girl in a red coat changes his life. their is a girl that comes in a red coat, who sits in the same seat every Wednesday night and so Alain decides that he wants to get to know her better.

Barreau creates a very delicate romance that is set in Paris. This story is centered around true love. The author brings a story about people who truly fall in love with each other. This is a good story but it doesn't seem like it could be realistic at all. I don't see this story happening in real life ever.

I really didn't like the pace of "One Evening in Paris." I feel like this story was way too slow and that it didn't keep up a readable pace. To me it felt like the story was getting slower and slower. This was probably one of the slowest love stories that I have every read. It wasn't that the story is bad because I think the writing is really good. I just thought it was too slow.



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