Paris, I Love You but You're Bringing Me DownBook - 2012
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Flew through this book. It definitely held my attention. Trying to figure out why that was. Baldwin's writing was occasionally inept, and some of his descriptions and metaphors, incomprehensible or just plain weird. Part of my fascination was undoubtedly Paris itself and the familiarity of places and experiences. His characters are curious and compelling, and there are worthwhile insights into French culture here. The problem may well be the age gap between the writer and myself. There's a self-absorbed, spacy quality to the narrative that can be off-putting and lots of references to trends in fashion, food, music, activities that eluded me completely.
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