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Lex Alex number 1 it also introduces Happy to a very different Alex This Alex is a girl who is as dubbed Alex number two Happy s connection to Alex number two contributes to the acuaintance of Professor Tanaka who together with Alex number two are fighting to combat a strange ailment called Paris Syndrome Happy learns that Paris syndrome is a fever that affects members of the population who have unrealistic and overzealous perceptions of the city of love Happy considers how she and Rosie s own obsession with Paris could be classed as a typical case of Paris Syndrome At the same time as dealing with the recognition of this ailment Happy begins to develop a bond with both Alex number one and number two When she takes the plunge and kisses both it has far reaching implications for all involvedParis Syndrome marks a welcome return to the writing of Australian author Lisa Walker I recall enjoying my experience of Walker s previous book Arkie s Pilgrimage to the Next Big Thing Walker examines familiar territory by focussing her story on the self discovery of her lead While her previous book was written for an adult contemporary fiction audience Paris Syndrome has been marketed as a oung adult novel from ages 14 plus I will say as a thirty something that adults and oung adult readers will both appreciate this book It has broad appealI do have to confess as an addict of all things French or Parisian I will pick up any book that comes my way if there is so much as a small mention of Paris I simply adore the city and despite having made two trips to the city of love I have no doubt that one day I will return In the meantime I do like to fill my reading preferences with books that feature Paris I like the original spin Lisa Walker offers on Paris I know prior to this book I had no idea of the concept of Paris Syndrome I d Thank ou to Harper Collins for the ARC copy I received in exchange for an honest review This was an amazing book that s both a conventional and unconventional romanceFull review to come This is delicious Like a Mille feuille it s a multilayered read from the sweet custard of 17yr old Happy lover of all things French an irrepressibly upbeat character to the crisp and flaky pastry of first crushes and life s harder moments Many laugh out loud moments genuine characters and ultimately as fulfilling as a whole slice of a Mille feuille just for ourself The Paris Syndrome addressed the idea that Paris is idyllic in one s imagination but might not meet expectations in reality It s a story of friendship and romance and sexual curiosity A cute coming of age story with a twist at the end I really enjoyed this book The cover caught my eye so pretty Well I am certainly cured of Paris Syndrome thanks to Happy AlexExuberant but with a sad thread running through itDifferen. The girl Alex TwoAs Happy pursues her love of all things French Alex Two introduces Happy to her xylophone playing chickens whose languishing Facebook page Happy sponsorsBut then sex messes things up when confusingly Happy ends up kissing both of the Alex's Soon neither of them is speaking to her and she has gone from two Alex's to non.
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Is Syndrome was like when I had my first drink of Somersby Cider It was bitter sweet and it makes ou feel all fuzzy and warm inside It s homey but it really brings out the emotions in Einführung in die deutsche Sprache der Wissenschaften you Wow ok long analogy overBefore picking this book up I had never heard of The Paris Syndrome I just thought it was the name of this book and that s all But hey like I often do I went and did some background research after reading this and all the talk of articles surrounding middle aged Asian women going to Paris and getting Paris Syndrome is completely real I ve never read about it in any other book or even heard about it in movies or TV shows and it actually gave me a lot to think about I mean if characters in this book had that syndrome then it gives me the impression that I may get an euivalent for Japan That s kind of scary actuallyAnyhooo this book was plagued withactually plagued sounds negative but it was full of so many great themes and plot points Not only was Paris Syndrome a great central plot point but so was making new friends and moving old from old ones In YA fiction we tend to romanticise friendship which sounds dumb andis dumb I m not saying a romantic relationship but rather making friends in new townsareas and getting over the pain of having to dismiss old relationships is a lot less pretty than it s usually made out to be And I think Lisa Walker totally showed what real relationships are I love thatCan we also talk about the co worker or I guess boss employee relationship I loved it No don t getour knickers in a knot It wasn t romantic it was kind of cute in an almost father daughter relationship way Generally in YA we see co workers always being of the same age and I m like whyyyy How does that miraculously happen each time Answer it doesn t If The Defense (Eddie Flynn you re looking for a sweet and cute book but want some great writing characters and overall a good Aussie OR FRENCH time I thinkou need to get Hai nhà your hands on this book Syndrome got me hook line and sinker on the intriguing title alone As an enthusiast of all things Paris I was keen to see what Lisa Walker s latest novel had to offer Behind the cover of thisoung adult release is a memorable coming of age story which is both spirited and in the same breath touched with moments of sadnessMoving from Sydney to Brisbane hasn t been easy for seventeen ear old Happiness Happy Glass She has pretty much been a lost cause since her move three months ago The hopes and dreams she once shared with her soul mate Rosie seem like distant memories now A chance opportunity to reignite her old passion and love for all things Paris comes in the form of a French Tourism Board essay competition When Happy wins the competition her life is changed for the better Not only does the competition throw her into the arms of handsome tourism intern She meets the eccentric Professor Tanaka and her girl gardener Alex who recruit Happy in their fight against Paris Syndrome an ailment that afflicts some visitors to Paris Their uest for a cure gives Happy an excellent excuse to pursue a good looking French tourism intern also called Alex To save confusion she names the boy Alex One and.
The cover of Paris Syndrome by Lisa Walker totally caught my eye when the book was released earlier this ear and I was stoked to finally get my hands on the book last week Paris Syndrome is a charmingly sweet read aimed at Falling Through Clouds young adult audiences but given its wide appeal three generations of female readers in most families would enjoy this delightful storyVeronica Happiness Glass Happy moves to Brisbane in the summer before Year Twelve Happy and her mum have moved from Sydney after family breakdown and Happy dreadfully misses her best friend Rosie Luckily Happy s obsession with Paris sustains her during her loneliness When Happy wins The French Tourism essay competition she meets eccentric Professor Tanaka hunky French Alex and Brisbane gardener AlexProfessor Tanaka identifies Happy to be at risk of Paris Syndrome an ailment afflicting overly enthusiastic lovers of Paris and Happy agrees to help research the ailment and spends time with both French Alex and Brisbane Alex to further this end Happy is a uirky teenager whose love of all things French means her wardrobe consists of outfits inspired by the French film Amelie She even gets a job at the local cinema because it is showing a series of French filmsReaders will delight in Happy s journey through the summer where she proves herself to be uirky fun and true I particularly enjoyed the multilayered intergenerational story and descriptions of Brisbane where I lived for a number ofears in my outhParis Syndrome is a touching coming of age story and although it deals with some difficult issues at times Walker deftly keeps the tone light Paris Syndrome is Walker s first oung adult book and I hope to read teen fiction from her in the future Highly recommended for those who enjoy references to Paris and want an easy to read book with delightful characters This was great Paris Syndrome is an entertaining fun read Yes Paris Syndrome is a real thing who knew For lovers of all things French this novel is pure delight This is the third book out of four given to me by a friend a high school librarian who knows her books to read over the summer holidaysThis book is set in Brisbane Australia so all the locations Roma St South Bank Milton St Lucia etc were really familiar to me and I thought that would 45 StarsThe Paris Syndrome was a pleasant surprise There s something about Aussie books that just have a soft spot in my heart The writing is always extremely different than lots of the other US and UK titles I read The characters are original and uirky and the atmosphere of the towns are well described and I always get sucked into whatever world they ve built That s why I always say Aussies have some of the best world building skills in literature because it s totally believable and ou actually feel like ou re somewhereThe Par. Can romance only be found in Paris the city of loveHappiness Happy Glass has been a loner since moving to Brisbane and et still dreams about living in Paris with her best friend Rosie after they finish Year Twelve But Rosie hasn't been terribly reliable latelyWhen Happy wins a French essay competition her social life starts looking up.
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