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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Paris I've Grown Accustomed To Your Ways

Paris I've Grown Accustomed To Your Ways by Ruth Yunker
A follow-up to Me, Myself and Paris, Ruth Yunker has done it again.

This time, her perception of the culture and joie de vivre through Paris has become significantly inured. The reader will be introduced to the mirthful and priceless experiences of someone who has gone past the tourist point-of-view, and has developed the perspicacity of a true Parisienne.

It is a unique map of the author's journeys and foibles; attempting to discover and absorb the elusive ideals and colloquialisms within the localities of a daunting and majestic city. From simple restaurant etiquette to small comforts in chocolate or shopping in Montmartre, each page never fails to deliver a droll, heartfelt narrative.

In her usual style, Ruth Yunker has shown the sophistication of her evolution; depicting a strong ability to, not only fit in but, exhibit her own brand of panache.

A wonderful read for anyone before or after braving the streets of Paris! You will most certainly be spellbound within the vivid reminiscences of Paris I've Grown Accustomed To Your Ways.


  1. Almost feel I should contribute to the expense of the trip to Paris because the author has really taken me along for the wonderfull ride. More more, please.

  2. Thank you for your comment! Yes, it's an absolutely exhilarating book. If you ever decide to travel to Paris, please let me know your opinions! I'm sure you'll have quite the adventure. :)