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This was a book that was picked in my book club. If you like food and a love story you will love this book. Also after you read it watch the movie. Both were great!Published 3 days ago by Tiffany Zagorski
This book is SO different from the movie. This spans about 30 years in an epic story of Hassan, a Desi living in France. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Lexi
This is 2 completely different books. The first book is a wonderful story of a young Indian boy's journey from childhood to adulthood, from kitchen boy to apprentice French chef... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Panthea14
I bought the book to flesh out the movie and I find I actually liked the movie better over the long run. As for certain details, certainly the book was better. I did like the book.Published 1 month ago by Bruce A. Wayne
But still a good read
There are happier endings in the movie than in the book
Still would recommend to foodies
Read this based on a recommendation from a friend and not one I would have picked up otherwise, but I am extremely happy that I did. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brandon
So different from the movie, one of the few books I thought the movie was superior. The ending was anti-climatic.Published 1 month ago by MdTbone