Chocolat (Film Tie-in)
7 journalers for this copy...
Don't often give books a '10', but I enjoyed this one so much I feel it is worthy of one. Definitely one I will go back and read again.
My second copy of this I have given for release. I hope everyone enjoys this as much as I did.
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List for bookray:-
Thedoodler(UK - anywhere)
MieLH (Denmark-Europe pref)
Sweetybeans (USA) <-----It's here, at its final destination
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Remember this is a 'bookray' and that the last person on the circulation list keeps the book and is free to do with it whatever they so wish.
On its way to 'Thedoodler' 28/08/06.
I rather enjoyed it although there was too much French in it for me. I kept having to look things up, and it detracted from the book. I am still pleased to have read it and would recommend it. A sample of the chocolate would be very acceptable!!! An interesting author, I will be reading more of hers in the future. Passing this on to Mielh 02 Sept 06
UPDATE 17. Oct. '06: I've PM'ed Booberst today for forwarding address :) I still need to read the last third of this book, but I hope to make it travel soon.
Thank you for letting me into this world :) I'll pass the book to booberst tomorrow. I hope it arrives safely in Germany soon :)
I will PM Cafekat for her address and hope to send it on by the end of the week.
Thank you to Inver for hosting the Book Ring.
I had trouble finding time to read it, which is why it took so long to get it finished. It has now been sent on to Cafekat.
Thanks Inver, for hosting and to all the others ahead of me who have taken care of the book. When I finish, it will make it's way to Sweetybeans......til later......
"There is a kind of sorcery in all cooking: in the choosing of ingredients, the process of mixing, grating, melting, infusing and flavouring, the recipes taken from ancient books, the traditional utensils - the pestle and mortar with which my mother made her incense turned to a more homely purpose, her spices and aromatics giving up their subtleties to a baser more sensual magic. And it is partly the transience of it that delights me; so much loving preparation, so much art and experience put into a pleasure which can last only a moment, and which only a few will ever fully appreciate."
I was a "goner" after these two sentences. I couldn't put the book down. Great story, great character development and having grown up in the "Bible Belt", the whole "Church not Chocolate" battle was very real and sad to me.
Thanks again Inver. I'll be PMing Sweetybeans for her address right about now...
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
sent to sweetybeans for it's last stop in the bookray...ENJOY!!