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From Tours to Paris Audiobook

From Tours to Paris: French Illusions, Book 2

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Linda Kovic's story continues in From Tours to Paris - the final book in the French Illusions series based on her diaries from 1979 and 1980.

Still determined to learn French and fulfill her dream of becoming an international flight attendant, Linda puts her disastrous stint as an au pair behind her and revels in newfound freedom in the city of Tours. She finds lodging, enrolls at a French institute, and spends eight glorious days with Adam before he leaves for the holidays.

When he returns, his shocking announcement propels her in a different direction, eventually leading her to Paris.

Join Linda as she struggles with money, faces challenges at school, and learns some tough lessons about love and life.

©2015 Linda Kovic-Skow (P)2016 Linda Kovic-Skow

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  • Leslie F.
    08/11/16
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    "Enjoyable memoir about a college girl in France"

    I enjoyed this book. The previous book left me wanting to know what would happen when Linda went to Paris. It was interesting to see the struggles she goes through, the people she meets, as well as her discovery of what she does (or does not) want to do for the rest of her life (her goal was to learn French so she could be flight attendant for an international airline). I have to say that I could completely relate to her struggles with men and money in another country, and having to fall back on family. I liked that the author put a blurb at the end of the book that told how things happened when she finally came back to the US, and how her relationships that she formed in France continued (or didn't) once she came home. I listened to the Audible audio version of the book narrated by Lucy Floyd, and I thought she was really good. Her pacing, characters voices, and accents were excellent. If you enjoy memoirs or would like to know what its like to live in a foreign country for an extended amount of time, I recommend giving this book a try.

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