Peaches for Monsieur le Curé - Joanne Harris Reviews
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Newest Review: ... are somewhat different to when she left. In the same style as Chocolat, the novel is written from the alternating ... more
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Anyone who read and loved "Chocolat" (made famous by the film adaptation of the same name starring Judi Dench, Juliet Binoche and Johnny Depp) will doubtless be pleased to see Vianne return to Lansquenet in this the third novel featuring the famous Vianne Rocher: chocolate queen, pagan, witch. A letter from Armande - beyond the grave - encourages Vianne to return to Lnsquenet, albeit reluctantly at first, and when she arrives, things are somewhat different to when she left. In the same style as Chocolat, the novel is written from the alternating perspective of Vianne and Renaud, the "Curé" referred to in the title whose role in this novel ... Read the complete review
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