Books that are set in France.

New Releases Tagged "France"

I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You
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Lies Told in Silence
The dreams of kings
All the Light We Cannot See
Chateau of Secrets
The Lovely and the Lost (The Dispossessed, #2)
The Corsican Caper: A novel
The Pilot and the Little Prince: The Life of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Confessions of a Paris Potty Trainer
L'Arabe du futur
Comment accepter l'inévitable ?


  • The Art of Sleeping Alone by Sophie Fontanel
    The Art of Sleeping Alone: Why One French Woman Suddenly Gave Up Sex
    Release date: Aug 05, 2014
    Enter to win a paperback copy of Sophie Fontanel's provocative memoir. View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Jul 22 - Aug 04, 2014
    10 copies available, 176 people requesting
    Countries available: US
  • Surf Mama One Woman's Search for Love Happiness and the Perfe... by Wilma Johnson
    Surf Mama One Woman's Search for Love Happiness and the Perfect Wave
    One woman’s search for love, happiness and the perfect wave ...

    “I felt as if I had to get off the land for a while, to see the world from a different…more View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Jul 02 - Aug 11, 2014
    10 copies available, 49 people requesting
    Countries available: GB
  • Illuminations of the Heart by Joyce DiPastena
    Illuminations of the Heart
    Siri de Calendri was trained in the art of illumination in her brother’s workshop in 12th century Venice, but when her brother dies his will sends her…more View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Jul 15 - Aug 15, 2014
    3 copies available, 333 people requesting
    Countries available: US, CA, and GB more
  • Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles, #2)
    Just One Day (Just One Day, #1)
    Frog Music
    The Hundred-Foot Journey
    Under the Wide and Starry Sky
    Capital in the Twenty-First Century
    Hard Choices
    Die for Me (Revenants, #1)
    The Firebird (Slains, #2)
    Anna and the French Kiss (Anna and the French Kiss, #1)
    The Girl You Left Behind
    Code Name Verity (Code Name Verity, #1)
    Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin, #1)
    Just One Year (Just One Day, #2)
    Astonish Me
    The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar WildeLes Fleurs du Mal by Charles BaudelaireAgainst Nature by Joris-Karl HuysmansThe Great Gatsby by F. Scott FitzgeraldHeart of Darkness and the Congo Diary by Joseph Conrad
    Decadence & the Fin-de-Siècle
    174 books — 54 voters
    A Tale of Two Cities by Charles DickensThe Scarlet Pimpernel by Emmuska OrczyMarie Antoinette by Antonia FraserCourage by Robert    CarterMadame Tussaud by Michelle Moran
    The French Revolution
    127 books — 145 voters

    The Six Wives of Henry VIII by Alison WeirThe Children of Henry VIII by Alison WeirThe Life of Elizabeth I by Alison WeirBorn to Rule by Julia P. GelardiThe Princes in the Tower by Alison Weir
    Of Kings and Queens
    212 books — 59 voters
    The Stranger by Albert CamusThe Plague by Albert CamusThe Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays by Albert CamusThe Fall by Albert CamusThe Rebel by Albert Camus
    All about Camus
    40 books — 54 voters

    Popular France Books

    The Stranger
    Madame Bovary
    Les Misérables
    The Plague
    The Count of Monte Cristo
    The Three Musketeers
    The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
    Les Fleurs du Mal
    The Red and the Black
    The Elegance of the Hedgehog

    Kimberly Cutter
    Kimberly Cutter The Maid: A Novel of Joan of Arc
    Joan of Arc, the illiterate peasant girl who led France to bloody victory, gets a voice in a new historical novel. The Maid is told through the eyes of the saint herself.
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    Gordon Korman
    I hate France. It's like the whole country's on a diet
    Gordon Korman, One False Note

    Stephen Fry
    The English language is like London: proudly barbaric yet deeply civilised, too, common yet royal, vulgar yet processional, sacred yet profane. Each sentence we produce, whether we know it or not, is a mongrel mouthful of Chaucerian, Shakespearean, Miltonic, Johnsonian, Dickensian and American. Military, naval, legal, corporate, criminal, jazz, rap and ghetto discourses are mingled at every turn. The French language, like Paris, has attempted, through its Academy, to retain its purity, to fight...more
    Stephen Fry, The Ode Less Travelled: Unlocking the Poet Within

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    Flirting in Paris.
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    Un Oiseau le Américian
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