Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Book review of 'Anna and the french kiss' by Stephanie Perkins

Well what should I say hmmmm maybe THE BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ!!!!

The first couple of paragraphs didn't captivate me but once I got past them I was hooked. With beautiful descriptions of every scene (may I add it's a romance, with mild nudity and swearing).

The book mainly revolves around Anna (who would've guessed) and √Čtienne ( St. Clair ) and as the book develops so do Anna and St. Clair. I must admit I have fallen in love with St. Clair. He is charming, from description ( and my imagination ) very good looking, and overall just lovely.

Here is an example of some description about St. Clair and Anna:

" The beautiful boy gives an amused grin. His teeth are lovely        straight on top and crooked on the bottom, with a touch of overbite. I'm a sucker for smiles like this, due to my own lack of orthodontia. I have a gap between my front teeth the size of a raisin. "

yes it's about their teeth but that just shows how much detail Stephanie Perkins puts into the book.


Anna is moved to an American boarding school based in France there she meets a group of friends, St. Clair's room is right above hers and that's where it all begins. As you travel with Anna through term you'll find out her secrets and her lies, and the truth behind true friendship.


You should read this book because once you have turned the last page you'll be distraught that there's no more to read and promptly read it again. I myself have read it at least 14 times.