Anna and the French Kiss
Publish date: December 2nd 2010
Pages no: 264
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
, Young Adult Romance
Series: Anna and the French Kiss (#1)
I feel very tired. Like I've just relieved my own high school drama. I mean this in absolutely the best way possible. Believable characters? YesAge-appropriate behaviors and issues? Yes & yes. A lovely love story and self-discovery? Pretty much!I think the above made this book. This isn't earth-shat...
I really enjoyed this book. This book had a solid storyline. The story was not confusing at all. Bits seemed to be repetitive, however it didn't bother me very much. I liked the characters in this book very much. I could relate to all of them. However, my favorite character would be Anna. Can't wait...
Anna and the French Kiss...I have mentioned that it is currently my favorite book and that I bought it just because of the name.I do not regret buying it.It must be the most amazing book I have ever read.I just have a few negative thoughts here and there. I don't like the fact that Ellie was not d...
Now I'm FINALLY reviewing Anna an the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. Anna's parents sending to attend high school in France, which she thinks is the worst thing ever, until she meets a certain boy. Although Anna may not be my favorite main character, I like just fine. As a character, Anna is ...
I just couldn’t get through this book. Anna is a fucking annoying, dumb, and ignorant character. I hate to say it, but people like Anna Oliphant are the reason I avoid speaking English whenever I’m on vacation somewhere, so as not to be taken for an American. Or as Lisa Simpson would say.The Eiffel...
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