E–pub La consolante

  • Paperback
  • 473
  • La consolante
  • Anna Gavalda
  • English
  • 05 June 2018
  • 9780701183523

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free read La consolante ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ance of consolation – when far from his Parisian milieu he meets Kate an enchanting young woman herself damaged but fearless and in love with life Alive with wit and vivid observation sparkling dialogue and brilliant characters this is a triumphant spellbinding finally consoling novel about life love and second chancesThe French title is what players of boules call the consolation play off match between the loser. Tried to read thisbook several times trough the years but I could never get into the story and after the 4th try I finished it but still the story dident grasp meit get 210 stars

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free read La consolante ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Consolation La Consolante was the bestselling French novel in 2008 with sales of over half a million copies and translations into thirty two languages Darker and complex than Hunting and Gathering Ensemble c’est tout but just as dazzling the second novel by the enchantress Anna Gavalda tells a heartbreaking unusual story about one man two remarkable women and an unforgettable transvestite A 47 year old successful. This book tortured me for about 2 weeks No it s brilliant it s captivating but it hits right in the weakest point of the reader This book is about each of us and none of us Characters Charles his work in Moscow how funny how sad I love Gavalda s books but so far this is the one I m endlessly in love with her style Short sentences but so full of irony so full with love

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free read La consolante ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Architect hears about the death of a woman whom he once loved – Anouk the tragically big hearted mother of a childhood friend and his life starts to unravel Charles seems to have everything but turns his back on the present to go in search of her past and his childhood falling a long way down One day he finds himself on a Paris pavement covered in his own blood But as the title suggests fate holds out a final ch. Like many others have already commented the first half was very difficult to read The author challenged the reader no uestion about it But the story was with me long time after I had finished reading the book it had a lot to tell me