Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Book review: Petites confessions, "A humorous memoirette"

I think at this stage you have realised I'm addicted to Vicky Lesage's books. And you'd be right. 

For those of you who have landed on this page by mistake and wonder what it's all about, I've already reviewed Vicky's books here and here

The Petites confessions is a collection of blog posts and articles Vicky wrote along the way and depicts her experience as an American girl in Paris. The tone is very humorous and as usual she is very honest. Sometimes a bit too much when she confesses how much she has drank or how she accidentally may have eaten someone else's finger (yep, true!). 

With only 60 pages, this book is a bit like an appetiser. You would like to read Confessions of a Paris Party girl or Confessions of a Paris Potty trainer but you're not sure if you'll enjoy Vicky's style or even her stories? Like me, you are allergic to Paris and you need some insight to finally appreciate what the city of lights has to offer ? Maybe you are thinking of moving to Paris and you don't know if it's a good idea... Or maybe you just need a good laugh.

The goods news is the book is only 0.99£, so whatever your reasons are, you should give it a try!