Books on France Challenge — Wrap Up — 7 Comments

  1. Edward Rutherfurd’s London or Sarum. I read both London and Paris this year and am currently reading Russka.

    I want to go to England this year too but I’m waiting to see if my mother can fit it in her schedule. The husband and I may be going to France.

  2. That is amazing, Joy! I have another one for you. I’m reading it now and will review it soon. “The Yelliw Eyes of Crocodiles” by Katherine Pancol.

  3. Congratulations Joy. What a great list of books you read. I enjoyed reading all your reviews. I’ve read some of these books, but some are still on my TBR. Somehow I’d missed reading your review of The Serpent and The Moon, that sounds fascinating for several reasons- the love triangle at the centre of the story, and that it was written by Princess Michael of Kent, I had no idea she’d written a book.

  4. You read a lot of books set in France. Congrats and thanks for playing along with Dreaming of France. I hope you’ll still come along to play with your fabulous photos from your trip. Also, my latest book, I See London I See France can cover both countries – women’s fiction, escapist reading. Merry Christmas and enjoy the new year.

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