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Chasing Cezanne (Anglais)

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21 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
clumsy and hastily penned Mayle 27 mai 2001
Par M. H. Bayliss - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've enjoyed several of Mayle's other books, but this one is an amiable clunker. The mystery plot is buried under the guise of globetrotting and eating good food. The book would have read much better without the dumb chase scenes (the "hit man" following our narrator) and with more meals. After all, it's mood, ambience and food that Mayle specializes in, not characterization and plot, both of which are sorely lacking.
This book is so mediocre that it's not even a good beach read. You won't care much what happens in this "art" mystery because the plot is so thrown together. One gets the feeling his editor said, "Okay, we need a book in a week." I won't hold it against Mayle since his other books are much more charming, but this one is almost totally devoid of this usual charm.
10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
As effervescent as French champagne 11 mai 2005
Par J.G. Pen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
So I pick some no-brainers off the library shelf -- Deaver, Woods, Mayle, and a couple of lesser-knowns -- and "Chasing Cezanne" is so much fun, not to mention goreless and unperverted, that I can't bring myself to read the others. As much as I enjoy murder mysteries with psychological complexities, "Cezanne" has definitely put me off my feed. Like Rosemunde Pilcher's novels, it's a vacation to heaven. The plot of "Cezanne" is not overburdened but merely le moutard sur la viand of glamourous settings and eccentric characters who love themselves and life, sweet romance without graphic sex, and food, food, food. This novel is a salad course, a sorbet that clears a mental palette of sordid modern life. Its pace is much livelier than that of the Provence books -- which is appropriate, after all. I'm going back for seconds.
10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
VINTAGE MAYLE 22 janvier 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Chasing Cezanne isn't Mayle's best book, but it's still vintage Mayle--a fun romp through the French countryside. And, as usual, Mayle brings his special brand of magic to this book as well--he captures the essence of Provence and somehow manages to convey it with crystal clarity and lots of laughs.
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Delightful! 9 décembre 2004
Par The Good Life - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I thought this book was really fun and entertaining. It's been a few years since I've read it (I have all of Peter Mayle's books), and I think I'm going to reread it and enjoy it all over again. Those who think it's clumsily written are missing out on its sheer entertainment value. I thought it was great. I'd write something more specific, but don't remember enough details. Maybe I'll come back after the reread! But I would definitely recommend this as a fun departure from Mayle's typical "here's what I did with those silly French people" approach.
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merely average... 5 juin 2000
Par Jamie Cole - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Years ago I read Mayle's Provence books and I can remember laughing out loud to his descriptions of the French people and customs. I borrowed this book the other day, and eventhough I wasn't expecting GREAT things, it still let me down a little. It wasn't a terrible book by any means, but it really has nothing to recommend it. The story is stupid and makes no sense... to me at least. It's neither suspenseful or terribly entertaining. It is missing the rich descriptions of food and lifestyle from previous books, or at least,the they just don't come together as well in this one. Borrow it from a friend or find it at a second hand store, but I would not pay full retail price for this book as a fan of the classic Peter Mayle Frenchie tales.
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