The literary works of French romantic king Marc Levy you must read once in your life
Marc Levy is a French Jewish writer. Before becoming a writer, Marc Levy worked in many different jobs. With his romantic writing mixed with his surreal elements, Marc Levy was born. Many works captured the great affection of readers. On the occasion of the birthday of French Romantic Prince Marc Levy, let’s look back at his best works:
If Only It Were True
As the first novel by Marc Levy, If Only It Were True is an important turning point in his life, marking an unexpected shift from the field of architecture to literature. The work won the Goya Award for his debut novel and had an impressive sales volume for an author who was still “equal” at the time!
If you don’t have a dream it’s a beautiful love story between Arthur and Lauren. Two people, two fates, exist in two different worlds, but miraculously, their love for each other crosses the line between life and death, between the visible and the invisible.
Folded back If Only It Were True, readers will feel inside their hearts the deep, everyday philosophy that is sometimes forgotten amid the chaotic whirlwind of life.
If Only It Were True 2
If life gives Arthur and Lauren a second chance to meet again, will they take every danger to seize it? If Only It Were True 2 leads readers to better understand the life of the supporting characters.
Under the pen of Marc Levy, both the main character and the supporting character have their own stories and very different experiences that then combine to create a colorful panorama of life.
In a humorous and romantic Reunion, readers will join Marc Levy on an unprecedented adventure, imbued with emotions, in a witty tone and countless unexpected events.
The Strange Journey Of Mr. Daldry
The Strange Journey Of Mr. Daldry begins when Alice, his floor neighbor, after hearing the mysterious prediction of the fortune teller in Brighton, decides to give up a quiet life to join Mr. Daldry’s journey. And then happiness is found in the most unexpected place …
Nervous, haunted, torn, but full of poetry and a peaceful feeling from scent memories, all of those emotions are mixed up one of the best novels by Marc Levy.
Is the opening episode of the duo Replay – Stronger than fear, marking an important step in the direction of writing by Marc Levy. If it was Replay, Marc Levy seemed to want to get rid of the romantic writer image, explore the realm of detective and history. If you can do it again, it revolves around the investigation of Andrew Stilman, the enthusiastic truth-finding journalist of The New York Times.
The thrilling chases, political mysteries, hidden history were well told by Marc Levy, like a true detective writer. And until the last knot was removed it was a breathtaking surprise.
Subscribe Replay, readers will see the perfect transformation from the usual romantic nature to Marc Levy’s thrilling, charming detective style.
Stronger than fear
The letter found in the wreck of the plane buried in the White canyon blew up in Suzie Baker’s hope for justice for her family. And while the US Secret Service’s shivering movement obstructed her, she met Andrew Stilman – a true talent in investigative reporting, and he became her partner to turn the case with her.
Two people who yearn for justice, with a love greater than any imagined, can overcome the pitfalls and intrigues in the journey of solving the case now becoming indispensable if they want to keep their lives. of the young girl?
Read Stronger than fear, readers will be led by Marc Levy into the mysterious but still full of romance indispensable in the works of Marc Levy.
Another Idea of Happiness
Philadelphia. One day in early spring 2010, Agatha left the prison, but not through the front door. Thirty years behind bars, she was only a few years away from her deadline. So why must she escape the camp? At a gas station near the university campus, Agatha climbed onto Milly’s train and dragged her into the run without revealing her own condition.
During the trip, the two women share the past together and rekindle the flame of love that has already died off. And at each stop, each meeting with a character is revealed each time Agatha’s secret is gradually revealed. In that fascinating journey, Marc Levy helps us find answers to the big questions: Where do we go in this insatiable search for happiness? Why can never give up the dream?
A woman like her
A woman like her is set in building No. 12 located on the lavish Fifth Avenue, New York City. The work is a very accidental and unexpected meeting between Sanji – a young Indian man whose real identity is unknown and Cloé – a special girl living on the ninth floor of the building. They knew each other through the trumpet sound of the park and met again by the old elevator in Cloé’s apartment.
Although written with a gentle voice, natural storytelling, slowly, but when reading A woman like here, readers will enter New York’s most exciting romantic comedy!