Book Review P.S. from Paris by Marc Levy

Dear reader I just finished reading “P.S. From Paris” by Marc Levy. I was blessed enough to be able to download a free E-Arc of the book via Netgally’s “Read Now” option(Meaning that I didn’t have to be approved by the publisher first) in exchange for my honest review of the book which is as follows:

 I had a hard time getting into the story at the beginning of the book because of some personal confusion about the characters however towards the middle of books I figured out my issue and the characters started to win me over.

They all had a few issues that annoyed me personally(I can’t explain how without giving away plot points) however the pacing of the story it’s self helped me to forget about/forgive them because of certain events.

One of  my favorite scenes was the one on top of the opera house. I started to guess the big twist near the end of the book early on however I was surprised by the exact details behind it; The way in which “Paul” dealt with finding out about the truth behind his book was in my personal opinion very moving and sincere. 

I enjoyed the love story aspect of the book because to me personally it shows that sometimes love isn’t always black and white, it’s just love; “This doesn’t count. None of this counts, nothing but the present moment…”. My only real (personal) gripe about the book is that I didn’t like “Mia’s” best friend at all.

Overall I personally rate this book an 8 and half out of 10. Happy reading dear reader ?. Thank you again for staying on this journey with me and helping me to get opportunities like this please like and share this review if you like it doing so helps me to get considered by NetGalley and other places for future books ♡.

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