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If you love, or for that matter hate, France, I think you'll find reading this an enjoyable experience.
For, in truth the main recurring theme of this book is the narrator's failed attempts to bed women...any women...women he barely knows and for whom he doesn't care.
I rarely laugh out loud when I read even funny books, but I howled and laughed till I cried reading this one!
If you have ever wondered why the French & English don't get along, here is the answer. Hilarious story of a transplanted Brit. Loved it!
A very enjoyable book, but when I first saw it years ago it was labelled non-fiction. Laugh-out-loud funny at times, worth reading.Published 20 days ago by Neil Tredray
Read this before and during a trip to France. I highly recommend it as both an entertaining read and as advice for a future trip to Paris. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Jenae
A page turner! You will laugh, cry and curse in all languages! A must ready for all the English speaking Francophiles.Published 4 months ago by Edgar Barrera
I first read his book "1000 Years of Annoying the French". That was funny ! So I was anxious to read this.
He's a British expat in Paris for a year. Read more
Any non-French person but especialy Americans who have spent more than a few days in France will identify with not only every page but every sentence. Read morePublished 4 months ago by russell bentley
I have read the second book in this series, In the Merde for Love and decided I wanted to read more of this writer. Read morePublished 5 months ago by cancer
Written from the point of view of a twenty something, its a readable fun book. Its hardly a great piece of literature but it stands several reads without becoming stale. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dark Entity