"FAILING PARIS is exactly the kind of book I'm always looking for--something sophisticated, edgy, sexy and really beautifully written." -- JANET FITCH, author of WHITE OLEANDER
"FAILING PARIS is the kind of novel that seems polished of every extraneous word, shaped like a bullet for velocity." -- LOS ANGELES TIMES
"The prose is precise, captivating, and the obvious reason for the book's nomination for the PEN/West award." -- THE TLS, LONDON
Samantha Dunn was raised in northern New Mexico and spent years in Australia and France. She is a widely published American journalist, contributing to a number of magazines and newspapers in the United States.
A ra male from character s we ca. Not care about no threme who cares tried of having machine bing my bossPublished on Feb. 18 2013 by jenny
This is a well written book. I found it somewhat depressing, but a good read. It portrayed Paris as a lot of us see that city.Published on Jan. 31 2013 by Kathryn Philipps
I can' believe I read to the end of this book ... kept hoping that it will improve. It did not..
It is a collection of thoughts inside a girl head ... full of self. Boring!
Apart from the "gripping" (boy is that word overused in book reviews) style, and an intense feeling of integrity, this book offers humorus/morbid insights to everyday... Read morePublished on March 26 2003