Title: Anna and the French Kiss
Author: Stephanie Perkins
Publishing Information: December 2, 2010 by Dutton Juvenile
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Realistic Fiction
Series Information: Book one in the Anna and the French Kiss series
Format: Hardcover, 372 pages
Source: Bought for my personal library
Recommended For: Fans of contemporary novels, or most importantly, fans of English/French/American boys who have perfect accents and perfect hair and often use phrases like, “Yeah, that was pants.” Instead of “Rubbish. Crap. Shite.”
Related Reviews: Amy’s post on her re-read and Brittany’s post on read-alikes!
You guys probably know by now that I am not a big contemporary reader…so even though I was gifted Anna and the French Kiss, and was told that I would definitely enjoy it, I will still wary to start. Let me tell you guys my opinion of Anna and the French Kiss in a word: SWOON. SO MANY SWOONS. I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed this book and the relationship between Anna and Etienne. Though I found some parts to be predictable, I still loved this novel very much. Well, as you can see we are featuring Anna and the French Kiss as our On the Same Page pick this month! Since there were so many swoony moments in Anna and the French Kiss, and because you guys know that I love quotes so much, I decided to make up some nice graphics to go along with my favorite parts. Enjoy!