Saw this tonight - a very well-done and entertaining film - if you love things French, you will love it. And if you love food, you will love it, and if you love things Indian, you will love it. That must cover everyone!!
Harry's favorite detail is the fact that the female romantic lead, Charlotte LeBon, has crooked teeth - and she's as cute as all get out!! The acting is great - there's humor, pathos, sorrow, redemption, courage - and great scenery!!
Give it a look-see and let me know what you think!
This was on Helen's shelves when we packed up her books, and it intrigued me, so I have started reading it - it's about Anne Hutchinson, the famous Puritan - and she's a blood relative to Grandma's kin!! It is well-written and full of historical info that fleshes out the story. I don't want to spoil it, but it's got a sad, but significant ending. Now don't you want to read it??
This writer wrote The Train to Estelline series - it's light-weight but fun - with a bit of a mystery to keep you reading. Would be great airplane fiction!
Saw the movie version of this last week. There are actually four books in this series, and the movie combines elements of more than one book. This doesn't spoil anything - guess they didn't want to make 4 movies!! It was well-done - not exactly true to the book, but that didn't spoil the movie. It's a great book - and it's a great movie too!