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Die Tage in Paris (2015)

von Jojo Moyes

Reihen: Sophie & Liv (prequel novella)

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Sophie, a provincial girl, is swept up in the glamour of Belle epoque Paris but discovers that loving an artist like Edouard undreamt of complications. Following in Sophie's footsteps 100 years later, Liv, after a whirlwind romance, finds her Parisian honeymoon is not quite the romantic getaway she had been hoping for.… (mehr)
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Quick read, I look forward to revisiting the characters in the new novel. ( )
  kimkimkim | Aug 21, 2017 |
This was a short novella with not too much to it, but still a nice story. Not something that I will remember, but a nice way to end off my reading year. ( )
  Hanneri | Jan 1, 2017 |
Después de leer esto, la historia de Sophie y Eduoard se me hace el triple de deprimente .

Aun así , es una novella sin tragedia y tierna ; hecha especialmente para que te encariñes con los personajes y asi después despedazarte el corazón en The Girl you left behind .


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  LaMala | Jul 8, 2015 |
This very brief novel is a prequel to The Girl You Left Behind and introduces the characters of the full novel as they celebrate their honeymoons in Paris. The present day couple, David and Liv struggle with David's overcommitment to his work, which leaves Liv wondering if she made a mistake to marry a man who is more interested in his work than in spending time with her. Similarly, Sophie and Edouard experience misunderstandings regarding Edouard's past relationships and Sophie is left to worry that she may not be enough to hold Edouard's interest in the future. Although brief, this was a nice story that I believe would be best read AFTER one reads The Girl You Left Behind, as it gives the reader a chance to revisit the characters and have a fuller picture of their relationships before the novel took place. ( )
  voracious | Feb 18, 2014 |
Novella 75 pgs.

I read this novella after, rather than before, The Girl You Left Behind, but I enjoyed filling in the back-story, even if it seemed to be reading in reverse. Having said that, I'm not a great fan of short prequels, I'm not sure quite where they sit in the financial world of book sales. It seems to me that the content could often be included in the book and that the extra price is just a racket. Although I really enjoyed Honeymoon in Paris, it's not getting 5 stars because at 1.99 for 75 pages, when compared with 3.66 for 548 pages, it's not value for money.

The two lead ladies from The Girl You Left Behind, Sophie and Liv, are newly-weds in this episode. The men, who are largely absent in the main book are now alongside them as both couples spend their honeymoons in Paris, but 80 years apart. These new marriages are having teething troubles, as Sophie's husband introduces her to his Paris circle and Liv's husband attempts to mix work and play. Knowing the female characters as I do from the next book, I enjoyed meeting their husbands for the first time.

Strangely enough, I would actually recommend reading this after, rather than before, The Girl You Left Behind, but perhaps I'm biased. Unfortunately, as a stand alone novella I think it might be a bit weak. ( )
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Liv Halston klammert sich an das Geländer auf dem Eiffelturm, blickt durch die Rauten des Sicherheitsgitters auf Paris hinunter und fragt sich, ob schon jemals zuvor irgendwer so katastrophale Flitterwochen erlebt hat.
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Sophie, a provincial girl, is swept up in the glamour of Belle epoque Paris but discovers that loving an artist like Edouard undreamt of complications. Following in Sophie's footsteps 100 years later, Liv, after a whirlwind romance, finds her Parisian honeymoon is not quite the romantic getaway she had been hoping for.

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