Monday, March 22, 2010

Lunch in Paris

Lunch in Paris, by Elizabeth Bard, is our next foray into virtual book discussion. The author has a web site and a discussion guide. I welcome input for an end date for reading and one for beginning discussion. I know e has two more France/Paris–based books to keep us on the theme: Sarah's Key, by Tatiana de Rosnay, and Woman in the Fifth, by Douglas Kennedy.


  1. Why don't we try for the last weekend in April for wrapping up the reading? That should give those who need the book time to get it and read...

    We can discuss posting after those who are reading the book let each other know how it is going via e-mail...

    Any other suggestions?

  2. I quite like the title - Lunch in Paris. For some reason it reminds me of the other title, a film though, An Evening in Paris.

    Sometimes titles evoke an imagery that help build anticipation before a reading.

  3. So flattered you've chosen Lunch in Paris for your club. If readers want to post questions on this blog at the end of April - I'd be happy to join the discussion. Thanks E, for the alert!

  4. JGH, you'll love her writing

  5. elizabeth: thanks for joining in!