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The Little Paris Bookshop

There are books that are suitable for a million people, others for only a hundred. There are even remediesI mean booksthat were written for one person onlyA book is both medic and medicine at once. It makes a diagnosis as well as offering therapy. Putting the right novels to the appropriate ailments: thats how I sell books.Monsieur Perdu calls himself a literary apothecary. From his floating bookstore in a barge on the Seine, he prescribes novels for the hardships of life. Using his intuitive feel for the exact book a reader needs, Perdu mends broken hearts and souls. The only person he can't seem to heal through literature is himself; he's still haunted by heartbreak after his great love disappeared. She left him with only a letter, which he has never opened.After Perdu is finally tempted to read the letter, he hauls anchor and departs on a mission to the south of France, hoping to make peace with his loss and discover the end of the story. Joined by a bestselling but blocked author a...

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ISBN : 9780553418774
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 392 pages
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The Little Paris Bookshop Reviews

  • Maria Espadinha

    Livros - O Nosso Agora E Sempre

    "As memórias são como os lobos. Não as podes trancar num quarto e esperar que te ignorem."

    Mas...há os livros:

    Os livros protegem-nos ...

    Da tristeza.

    Da ignorância.

    Da falsidade.

    Plantam risos e lágrimas emprestadas.

    Elevam a auto-estima.

    Revestem-nos de amor, força e sabedoria.

    Descobrimos quem somos.

    Quem queremos ser.




    Amamos, odiamos, sofremos, rejubilamos.

    São vida por dentro.

    São abrigos, magos, mestres e companheiros!...

    A escolha é nossa:


  • Carolyn

    "A book is both medic and medicine at once. It makes a diagnosis as well as offering therpay. Putting the right novels to the appropriate ailments:that's how I sell books"

    Fifty year old John Perdu considers himself a dispenser of literary medicine for ailments of the human soul rather than a mere bookseller. From his barge, the Literary Apothecary, moored on the Seine in Paris he dispenses books to cure people of their ailments, whether it be sadness, disappointment, anxiety or a lost love.


  • Anna

    Γλυκήτατο βιβλίο που περιγράφει την εξέλιξη των σχέσεων και το πώς αυτές διαχειρίζονται με την παρέα καλών φίλων και καλών βιβλίων!

    Στα μπόνους οι συνταγές γαλλικής μαγειρικής που υπάρχουν στο τέλος καθώς και μια λίστα με προτεινόμενα βιβλία

    Αξιοσημείωτες ατάκες:

    Τα βιβλία κρατούν τη βλακεία μακριά. Σας σώζουν από ψεύτικες ελπίδες και λάθος άντρες. Σας περιβάλλουν με αγάπη, δύναμη και γνώση. Είναι έρωτας εκ των έσω. Διαλέξτε: βιβλία ή ...

    Οι γυναίκες σ' αγαπούν για το χαρακτήρα σου, για τη δύναμή

  • *eKa*

    3,5 Stars

    Once again, a book that took me long enough to finish. Why am I such a slow reader? T_T

    Can I blame it on my activities again? Too many distractions? Because it's true.

    I chose this book right away because I think it's something like Chocolat (knew it from the movie, not the book), and it's a book about books! Amazing, right?! I knew there would be so many books told here. And I was right.

    But! I didn't really like how it was told, the plot, I mean. It's a bit confusing to me. It seemed

  • Chris

    Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley

    There is an independent bookstore in Philadelphia called Joseph Fox. It is smallish – one floor, a big first room, a passage, a back room, and a smaller backer room where the children’s books are kept. Every conceivable space is packed with books. Does it have the selection of the big chain store or of Amazon? No. And it doesn’t offer discounts either, though it does give away bookmarks.

    But here’s the thing. You can walk into that bookstore and find four books tha

  • Suzy

    This story of a Parisian bookseller who sets out on his bookstore on a barge to find the lover who abandoned him 20 years ago started out on a promising note but very quickly devolved. So many times I was rolling my eyes and groaning . . . and not in a good way. :) I felt the author was trying way too hard to be poignant and profound - maybe wanting to be the next Elizabeth Gilbert?

    So why did I read to the end of this almost 400 page book and rate it 3 stars instead of 1 or 2? There were several

  • Mona

    Bittersweet Gallic Romance

    This is a very French book. Kind of mournful, but also hopeful. Very, very emotional.

    This is ironic, as the author, Nina George, is actually German, although she now lives in France (which doesn't surprise me, as her soul is French).

    And yes, it's yet another homage to the vanishing independent bookseller, but it's much more than that. It's a reflection on love and death and other deep subjects. It's also a love letter to France.

    Parisian Jean Perdu ("John Lost" in Englis

  • Heather

    Oh my gosh! This book is so beautifully and poetically written! I just think everyone should read it! I want to meet someone like Jean Perdu.