Nicole Collet

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Nicole Collet is a Brazilian-born writer and translator with degrees in journalism and cultural management. She has edited and translated works from authors as diverse as Ken Follett, Nora Roberts and Machiavelli. Nicole’s writing invites readers to think about love in different ways, merging story with psychology, philosophy, music, and literature.

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RED: A Love Story (RED #1)

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The Complete Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice
"Although Ann Rice is a very creative author, she's not nearly as good as she thinks. The books in this series start out good, but get worse as you progress through the series. She should have done herself, and her readers, a favor and kept a good..." Read more of this review »
Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay by Elena Ferrante
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This third book of the Neapolitan novels (which, by the way, I liked better than the second but not as much as the first), is surprisingly well-written for a sequel, I say surprisingly because, with some notable exceptions I usually find sequels v..." Read more of this review »
Perfume by Patrick Süskind
"I was predisposed to love this book no matter what. I love perfumes. The fact that this book had blood and murder was just a bonus.

For me, perfumes and scents are a visceral thing. I love perfume. I have never been a visual person, my..." Read more of this review »
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Catch a Falling Star by Leah Downing
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The Grass Is Singing by Doris Lessing
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“A welcomed surprise. That’s how serendipity is defined: you look for one thing and find another by chance. But you must keep an open mind and allow fate to flow… and to surprise. Serendipity: such a fashionable word, perhaps because it translates that magical instant when Lady Luck knocks at the door. That instant of suspension when the mind puts in check its conditioning to the cause-effect principle—thus having a glimpse of the hand of God.”
Nicole Collet, RED: A Love Story

“Red symbolizes extremes: it dresses the Pope just like it paints the Devil. The first visible color in the light spectrum, it signals passion—which is nothing more than the extremes of joy and pain.”
Nicole Collet, RED: A Love Story

“time is relative. It varies according to the rhythm of one’s heart.”
Nicole Collet, RED: A Love Story

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