Publish date: September 5th 2007
Publisher: Epigraph Publishing
Pages no: 188
Edition language: English
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Well, I was finally able to get my hands on her first book, French Milk, which chronicles her 6 week stay in Paris with her mom when she turned 23. I had this book on hold for months and honestly I was a bit disappointed. However, because I know this was her first and her subsequent works were so mu...
Fine, but not what I was expecting, and I'm having a hard time separating what I was expecting from what I got. I went in expecting to be charmed by the small details of an American wallowing in Paris, and I left mostly just profoundly glad I'm not twenty-two anymore. Which shows the effectiveness o...
I liked the beginning and I though the story would be more about Paris itself but it seemed to focus more on what was going on with Lucy and not a much about Paris. The synopsis on the back of the book made me think this would be a story about Lucy's relationship with her mother but it focused more ...
I'm sort of conflicted about this one. Ambivalent, you might say.On one hand, I really enjoyed it. I loved the art style, the personal journal aspect, and the idea of someone living in Paris for six weeks is lovely.However, on the other hand, I couldn't help feeling that she--Lucy, I suppose, as it ...