Intoxicated by the recollections it evokes, Jay escapes to a derelict farmhouse in France, only to find himself facing old demons. There is also the beautiful Marise, a woman who hides a terrible secret, and their deepening mutual attraction to contend with.
©2000 Joanne Harris; (P)2001 Hodder & Stoughton Audiobooks
"Enchanting." (Women's Journal)
I don't normally like abridged versions and this proved why. The book is much more enjoyable and fills in all the little gaps that this reading has. If you've read the book, I don't think you'll enjoy listening to it. If you haven't you really might enjoy this.
It's almost as if she's afraid to really take a risk. I've read several of her books. This one feels like Harris-lite. Still, it's worth the time.
When the boy realizes his friend is missing.
I love the conceit that the story could be told from the point of view of a bottle of wine.
"A good listen"
I love Joanne Harris and I enjoyed the narration of this, A good buy and an enjoyable listen.
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