Book review and giveaway: The 6:41 to Paris – I love France #163

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The 6:41 to Paris

The 6:41 to Paris

The 6:41 to Paris

by Jean-Philippe Blondel

literary fiction

Translated by Alison Anderson

Release date: November 10, 2015
at New Vessel Press

153  pages

ISBN: 978-1939931269

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One thing that I have always loved when living in France was traveling by train. I have met interesting people and it allows you both to have a good view of where you are going through while leaving ample room to your own thoughts, as the two characters in The 6:41 To Paris experience. Plus, the author and a character are from Troyes, in the Champagne region, where I spent several years, so I had an extra interest for this book.
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