Book Review: The Red Notebook, by Antoine Laurain


Check out this review of the book, The Red Notebook, by Antoine Laurain, from the Little Bookness Lane blog

Little Bookness Lane

Publisher:  Gallic Books

Publication date:  2nd March 2015

Source:  Kindle [My own purchased copy]

I purchasedThe Red Notebookafter seeing it showcased on Jill’s Book Cafein one of her lovely blog posts, otherwise I’m pretty sure I would have passed this one by – huge thanks, Jill!

I’m clueless as to how the contents of a stolen handbag could provide such a mesmerising focus for the duration of an entire book, but it did!

The distinctive purple leather bag could almost be classed a character as every item contained within breathed life into its journey: from the moment it was separated from its owner in the first chapter to await discovery by a curious bookseller, Laurent Letellier. It was in plain sight so anyone could have seen it but it was the bookseller that stumbled across it and it would change the direction of his life.

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