The Little French Bistro by Nina George is a fictional novel about a German woman named Marianne who, while vacationing in Paris, decides to attempt suicide by jumping in the Seine.

Unhappily married to a selfish man for many years and childless, she believes her life has no value. Much like A Man Called Ove, fate and a group of spirited coastal French men and women open her heart to joy.

I liked this novel a great deal. It contains many truisms about what it means to be truly alive. The characters are wonderful and oftentimes, humorous! I recommend it!

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Professional Writing Consultant, Graduate of DePaul University School for New Learning 2008
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1 Response to Vivre

  1. Martie says:

    Sounds good. Thanks for the review.

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