March 1st, 2011 | 0 Comments
It’s time once again for your Clean-Cut editor to recommend a few books that have surfaced recently. Since we’ll be incorporating a new page into the blog that will list forthcoming books by pub date, the format (and title) of the monthly book post has changed. It will now be a short list of only the most commendable efforts book publishing currently has to show for itself. I sincerely hope this method will be more useful to those of you who like to show off that you’ve read the latest book before your friends have even heard of it.
Enough About Love by Hervé Le Tellier
Jack of all trades, Hervé Le Tellier, is a writer, journalist, mathematician, food critic and teacher. Enough About Love, translated from the French by Adriana Hunter, is his story about two woman, Anna and Louise. They don’t know each other, but their lives begin to mirror one another when both women, happily married, meet and fall in love with other men. With a romantic Parisian backdrop to set the stage, this novel promises to expose the very real and very destructive conflict between desire and responsibility.