It never works out? But you have to fight.. A little bit each day, with the courage to be yourself, to decide just to be happy" Pierre is explaining to Chole that you need to work to make love happen. Anna Gavalda at the age of thirty six and after a failed marriage has written her first novel. This is a beautifully crafted story of the search for happiness. The gut wrenching courage it sometimes takes to find that little bit of love and truth.
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Lucille F. Auch sind die langen Dialoge dieses Buches eher solide als brillant. Similarly the illustrative quotes chosen here are merely those the complete review subjectively believes represent the tenor and judgment of the review as a whole. We acknowledge and remind and warn you that they may, in fact, be entirely unrepresentative of the actual reviews by any other measure.
Saying he is sorry, that he made a mistake. It sounds like more of a recipe to force her to stew in her own juices and frustratedly try to keep the kids occupied, but the girls are easily pacified by cartoons on TV and the unlikely Pierre turns out eventually to be an accessible conversation partner who has quite a bit to say as well.
The talk is far-ranging. There are lots of issues to be raised. And everything he did disappointed me because he never did it for himself, he did it for you. Indeed, his story dominates the book. Are there lessons here? A lot is churned: "Are you sleepy?
The quick-fire pace of constant shifts, the moodiness. Letting the spoken words stand on their own. It reads well -- or easily, at least.
Someone I Loved (Je l'aimais)
SOMEONE I LOVED