The Little French Village of Book Lovers

The Little French Village of Book Lovers

From the million-copy bestselling author of The Little Paris Bookshop

Summary

The heartwarming new novel from the international million-copy bestselling author of THE LITTLE PARIS BOOKSHOP

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‘Everyone knows me, but none can see me.
I'm that thing you call love . . .’


In a little town in the south of France, a young orphan, Marie-Jeanne, realizes she can see the marks Love has left on the people around her. Before long, she is playing matchmaker.


As she gets older, Marie-Jeanne helps her foster father set up a mobile library to serve the many mountain villages. Their books offer entertainment, guidance, comfort – and also help bring lonely hearts together.


Yet the only person Marie-Jeanne can’t find a partner for is herself. Everyone needs a soulmate – but will Marie-Jeanne know hers when Love finally comes her way?


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From the author of the million-copy bestseller The Little Paris Bookshop comes a tender story about how a love of books is a love of life itself.


PRAISE FOR NINA GEORGE


'A true gem for fiction lovers' GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

'An enchanting, uplifting read. The sort of book that acts as a soothing tonic' INDEPENDENT

'Glowing . . . Layered with wit, enchanting writing and a love of books' DAILY MAIL

'A charming tale' RED

Reviews

  • What a joy to read The Little French Village of Book Lovers, which will delight Nina George’s millions of readers. Exquisitely written, as always, she draws you in from the first page and immerses you in the lives of her delightful characters. You won’t want to put it down.
    Patricia Scanlan

About the author

Nina George

Nina George is the author of The Little Paris Bookshop, an international bestseller, translated into 37 languages.


In June 2019, Nina George was elected as President of the European Writers' Council.


She lives in Berlin and the Bretagne.
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