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Paperback  Æ Paris Syndrome eBook Ê Can romance only be found in Paris, the city of love Happiness Happy Glass has been a loner since moving to Brisbane and yet still dreams about living in Paris with her best friend Rosie after they finish Year Twelve But Rosie hasn t been terribly reliable latelyWhen Happy wins a French essay competition, her social life starts looking up She meets the eccentric Professor Tanaka and her girl gardener Alex who recruit Happy in their fight against Paris Syndrome an ailment that afflicts some visitors to Paris Their quest for a cure gives Happy an excellent excuse to pursue a good looking French tourism intern also called Alex To save confusion she names the boy Alex One and the girl Alex TwoAs Happy pursues her love of all things French, Alex Two introduces Happy to her xylophone playing chickens whose languishing Facebook page Happy sponsorsBut then sex messes things up when, confusingly, Happy ends up kissing both of the Alex s Soon neither of them is speaking to her and she has gone from two Alex s to none

10 thoughts on “Paris Syndrome

  1. Amanda - Mrs B& Amanda - Mrs B& says:

    Syndrome got me hook, line and sinker on the intriguing title alone As an enthusiast of all things Paris, I was keen to see what Lisa Walker s latest novel had to offer Behind the cover of this young adult release is a memorable coming of age story, which is both spirited and in the same breath touched with moments of sadness.Moving from Sydney to Bris

  2. Nadia King Nadia King says:

    The cover of Paris Syndrome by Lisa Walker totally caught my eye when the book was released earlier this year and I was stoked to finally get my hands on the book last week Paris Syndrome is a charmingly sweet read aimed at young adult audiences but given its wide appeal, three generations of female readers in most families would enjoy this delightful s

  3. Carolyn Carolyn says:

    This was great Paris Syndrome is an entertaining, fun read.

  4. Leanne Francis Leanne Francis says:

    Yes, Paris Syndrome is a real thing, who knew For lovers of all things French, this novel is pure delight.

  5. Libby Armstrong Libby Armstrong says:

    This is delicious Like a Mille feuille, it s a multilayered read from the sweet custard of 17yr old Happy, lover of all things French, an irrepressibly upbeat character, to the crisp and flaky pastry of first crushes and life s harder moments Many laugh out loud moments, genuine characters, and ultimately as fulfilling as a whole slice of a Mille feuille j

  6. Carly Findlay Carly Findlay says:

    The Paris Syndrome addressed the idea that Paris is idyllic in one s imagination, but might not meet expectations in reality It s a story of friendship and romance, and sexual curiosity A cute coming of age story with a twist at the end I really enjoyed this book The cover caught my eye so pretty.

  7. TheMadHatter TheMadHatter says:

    This is the third book out of four given to me by a friend a high school librarian who knows her books to read over the summer holidays.This book is set in Brisbane Australia so all the locations Roma St, South Bank, Milton, St Lucia etc were really familiar to me and I thought that would provide a sense of attachment The reality is though that for the first

  8. Trisha Trisha says:

    Well, I am certainly cured of Paris Syndrome, thanks to Happy Alex Exuberant, but with a sad thread running through it.Different Well, I am certainly cured of Paris Syndrome, thanks to Happy Alex Exuberant, but with a sad thread running through it.Different

  9. Jessica G Jessica G says:

    4.5 StarsThe Paris Syndrome was a pleasant surprise There s something about Aussie books that just have a soft spot in my heart The writing is always extremely different than lots of the other US and UK titles I read The characters are original and quirky, and the atmosphere of the towns are well described and I always get sucked into whatever world they ve bu

  10. Ann T Ann T says:

    Thank you HaroerCollins Australia and Netgalley for an ARc of this wonderful book.This book was just the tonic for an Australian gal looking for a light, feel good read on a flight to Paris I have a new appreciation for The YA genre, and this was the perfect mix of characters, setting and storyline for me.Thank you for the opportunity to review this book I reco

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