by Vicki Lesage
Genre: Autobiography, Chick Lit, Humor
Publication: January 2014
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If you're looking forward to read something light and funny, or if you enjoy books with Paris setting, this would be the perfect book for you. Confessions of a Paris Party Girl was a memoir of Vicky in her early years in Paris after she decided to move to Paris to have a lot of parties.
I was actually worried to read this. I was afraid that I wouldn't like it as I don't read a lot of memoirs (and I don't party a lot). But once I started reading Confessions of a Paris Party Girl, I found that it was very hard to put down. It was very interesting to read Vicky’s adventure—how she survived Paris and the French system. Her adventures are mostly hilarious.
This book was definitely a very fun read. There was a lot of laugh-out-loud moment and reading this book will probably make you want to visit Paris or wish that you will someday fall in love with a Frenchman. I absolutely love Vicky’s writing style and her voice. For a moment, I've forgotten that I was reading a memoir. Vicky was a very good writer and I'm looking forward to read more of her work.