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At some point, the main character gets bored and I did too and I was not in a better mood when I read the unrealistic end.
I cannot tell you how many times I picked this book up and started to read the first chapter, and just as quickly put it back down to go on to something more alluring.
I'm not sure that I can recommend this book to anyone, but perhaps if you are really interested in reading a story about the French, you should try reading it.
I was disappointed in the book. I had read "L'Affaire" of Diane Johnson before, but I won't bother to read more of her writing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by EMMS
I loved it. Of course, I love any book about Americans living in Paris. Any books with a French setting for that matter. Le Divorce is sweet and peppy... Read morePublished 2 months ago by BritLit teacher
It's easy to see why this book was turned into a Hollywood movie. It has a melodramatically faltering marriage, infidelity, a hot affair involving lots of strangely significant... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Anne-Marie
This is a fun, frothy read if you want to escape to France. Isabel goes to help her pregnant sister, Roxeanne, who has been abandoned by her French husband. Read morePublished 9 months ago by L. M. Keefer
The style is not great but it's the way ms Johnson writes her characters that brings this novel down. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Paula de la Cruz
I tried. I really tried. The constant use of French phrases throughout got tedious and pretentious. I do know some basic French, but hey, not that much. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Pat Gallagher
I HIGHLY recommend NOT SPENDING hard earned leisure time or money on this novel. Pleasure reading should be a pleasure! Sadly, there was no pleasure to be found in "Le Divorce". Read morePublished 18 months ago by KimPossible
This book is an incisive study of Franco/American cultural differences, expertly conceived and realized as a modern-day comedy of manners. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Janet Hulstrand