I bought Romain Gary's book at the beginning of summer. I started reading it. I didn't like it. I put it down, and waited. I went to Greece. I read La vie devant soi, same author. I loved it. I decided Romain Gary would be my favorite author. Then I went back to France. I told myself … Lire la suite de La promesse de l’aube – the book
Today I am going to talk about a book. A deeply moving book. Probably one of the most amazing I've ever read. Written by Romain Gary, and titled La vie devant soi. So first, storytime : this novel is actually a story in itself. Indeed, as some of you - well, A LOT OF YOU I … Lire la suite de A booked I Loved
I'll start this article with an advice : learn to build your own opinions, be proud of them, and never ever feel obliged to have the same opinion as everyone. Be different, confident, and know that the majority isn't always right. I learned that while reading A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway. During summertime (which isn't … Lire la suite de Paris Est Une Fête
Hello my sweet coconuts ! Today I'm gonna talk about something very special. Something we didn't think we'd see happen ... Yet, it did happen ; it's real, it's concrete, it's definitive ! !!! BEAUX ARTS IS ONLINE !!! That's what they announced in the last edition of the magazine, June 2017. As they rightly said, "During … Lire la suite de Beaux Arts E-Magazine
I apologize in advance for this post's length, but I really felt like I had to discuss this in depth. If you want a short reading, you can read only the 5 last paragraphs. Thanks for your understanding. You know, sometimes, without explanation, there are books that you don't understand, you feel like you're too … Lire la suite de Momo des Halles
OMG. I just realized, while I was looking at the huge number of unpublished articles on my blog, that I left a lot of drafts that I planned on posting a very long time ago - and I didn't ! Articles about subjects that seemed very important to me. And I didn't post them because … Lire la suite de This is not a biography !
I read this book for school. It was a required reading. I’ve never heard about it before. When my French teacher told us to read Animal Farm by George Orwell, I was wondering how a book with such a title could be suitable for 10th grade students, cause it sounded more like a young-children story … Lire la suite de Totalitarian Farm
If you were reading my blog before I started writing in English, you've probably read my post about "The fault in our stars", and then you must know that I am a HUGE fan of John Green's books. And I was desperately searching for Young Adult novels like John Green's ones. So, when I discovered … Lire la suite de The next The Fault In Our Stars