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Too much repetition and not a great read.
The Secret of Chanel No. 5 is another terrific read - as much fun as a trip to Paris (probably more fun because Ms. Mazzeo has the inside scoop on a French icon).
I bought it, and use it not only on special occasions, I put it one on days that I know will be tough, or just want to feel good.
The book looks inviting -- just need to find the time to read it!!Published 27 days ago by Laurene Farino-Becker
Sometimes you find a book that you don't want to put down; this was that book. It was a wonderful mix of history, loss, scandal, storytelling and, of course, the genesis of Chanel... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Keeley B
This book was nothing but fluff--fluff, fluff, fluff. Every now and then, almost as an afterthought, the author does deign to mention Chanel No. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joan Lewis
Nice to learn about a brief history of perfumes - but a lot of the book is repetitive (what a great talented strong tortured woman Coco Chanel was blah blah), and it feels a lot... Read morePublished 3 months ago by K. Liang
Interesting life story well told. I am a baby boomer and goodness...Chanel No. 5 was a main scent of our high school/college years so it brought back som interesting memories. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marco Gal