PS from Paris
PS from Paris

PS from Paris

A modern-day love story between a famous actress hiding in Paris and a bestselling writer lying to himself. They knew their friendship was going to be complicated, but love – and the City of Lights – just might find a way.

On the big screen, Mia plays a woman in love. But in real life, she’s an actress in need of a break from her real-life philandering husband – the megastar who plays her romantic interest in the movies. So she heads across the English Channel to hide in Paris behind a new haircut, fake eyeglasses, and a waitressing job at her best friend’s restaurant.

Paul is an American author hoping to recapture the fame of his first novel. When his best friend surreptitiously sets him up with Mia through a dating website, Paul and Mia’s relationship status is “complicated.”

Even though everything about Paris seems to be nudging them together, the two lonely ex-pats resist, concocting increasingly far-fetched strategies to stay “just friends.” A feat easier said than done, as fate has other plans in store. Is true love waiting for them in a postscript?

Type : Novel
Publication date : 2015/02/5
EAN Paperback : 9782221157831
EAN Ebook : 9782361321260
Publishers : Robert Laffont - Versilio

Media

What readers are saying

presse
28.02.2015

P.S. from Paris is a pleasure to read: emotion, tenderness, a few tears, but mostly a lot of laughter, with sharp dialogues that hit home.”

Philippe Chauveau, Web TV Culture
presse
13.02.2015

“You’ll devour the latest Marc Levy in a single bite… Unpredictable! To all his fans and critics, beware: the most popular author in France is back. And with a brilliant novel. In fact, by far his best. On top of being lovely, the story is also very clever. There is even suspense. The characters from If Only It Were True are also back. It will keep you up all night!”

Amélie Cordonnier, Femme Actuelle
presse
13.02.2015

“Marc Levy marks his great return to comedy, with moving characters, humor, and finesse.”

Ingrid Bernard, MyTF1
presse
12.02.2015

“Extraordinary, hilarious… delightful!”

Josyane Savigneau, Radio RCJ
presse
16.02.2015

“Mr. Levy has come up with a beautiful novel, a beautiful story.”

Franck Boussard, Le Littéraire.com
presse
25.03.2015

“Magnificent… a beautiful feel-good story.”

RTL
presse
23.04.2015

“A delectable comedy you’ll read in one sitting.”

Version Femina
presse
29.05.2015

“A beautiful, uplifting love story with plenty of twists and turns… A captivating novel.” 

Nagui, France Inter
presse
15.02.2015

PS From Paris, a colourful, humorous, fantastic, and original story.”

Valérie Debieux, La Galerie Littéraire
presse
21.02.2015

“Marc Levy makes no secret of it: he had fun with PS From Paris. By reconnecting with the characters of If Only It Were True, the novel debut that made him famous, but also by setting a story, for the first time, in Paris, the city where he was born.”

Malorie Beauchemin, La Presse (Canada)
presse
17.08.2015

Marc Levy introduces us to the places he loves during the show Chemins d’Écrivains on RTL.

Bernard Lehut, RTL
presse
18.02.2015

“Marc Levy makes a remarkable return to romantic comedy with his new novel, P.S. from Paris. Paul, the charming architect from If Only It Were True, comes to the fore in a brilliant manner.”

Marie-France Bornais, Le Journal de Montréal
presse
19.02.2015

“Levy introduces a delightful mix of secondary characters and describes the film and publishing worlds with a derisive and self-deprecating eye. Levy definitely knows how to tell a good story and bring a bit of happiness to his millions of readers.”

Mohammed Aissaoui, Le Figaro Littéraire
presse
11.02.2015

“With P.S. from Paris, chef Marc Levy offers us a delectable recipe… spiced with a dash of humor.”

Bernard Lehut, RTL
presse
05.02.2015

“A charming and bubbly story… Touching, funny, original, and surprising.”

Maguelone Bonnaud, Le Parisien
presse
30.01.2015

“Marc Levy successfully embraces the challenge of surprising and seducing us […] by means of subtle, ironic, and witty dialogues… Paris is a sumptuous backdrop for this comedy of mistaken identities… Marc Levy returns to his roots with intelligence and humor. A wonderful comedy… A bubble of sweetness in the dark times we have seen recently.”

Blog Blue Moon
presse
28.01.2015

“Like in all of his best novels, he makes us laugh and smile, even as we cry. He brings back memories, reminds us of someone, and at times make us long to hold our friends in our arms. And offers something rare and precious that we all treasure: a novel that makes you happy.”

Ptit Blog
presse
27.01.2015

“Filled with love and tenderness, a novel that takes unexpected but irresistible turns… P.S. from Paris makes us laugh, smile, feel; it moves us and opens our eyes to what’s going on in the world… A lovely reunion with beloved characters.”

Le Monde de Noa
presse
03.02.2015

“385 pages of pure joy.”

Blog manonselivre
presse
15.03.2015

“Once you dive into this book, it’s difficult to put it down.”

Sophie Vigroux, La Dépêche du Midi
presse
05.02.2015

“A fresh, funny, and bubbly comedy.”

Blog cécibondelire
presse
08.02.2015

“Marc Levy carries us all along the book, in a story full of laughter, without ever taking himself seriously.”

Elizabeth Sutton, idboox
presse
05.03.2015

“Autobiographical and funny. Marc Levy’s best.”

VSD
presse
10.02.2015

“Marc Levy’s writing is as fluid and accessible as ever. (…) We feel for the characters. I cannot recommend this new novel enough.”

Blog Enjoy Books Addict
presse
25.02.2015

“A beautiful adventure full of tenderness.”

Lux & Books
presse
18.03.2015

“It feels great to rediscover Marc Levy in P.S. from Paris… a beautiful novel.”

Wendy Bouchard, Europe 1

International publications

Lei & Lui
Lei & Lui
Rizzoli
Italy
피에스 프롬 파리
피에스 프롬 파리
소담출판사
Korea
Ela e Ele
Ela e Ele
Bertrand Editora
Portugal
Ajo & Ai
Ajo & Ai
Toena
Albania
Ona in on
Ona in on
Mladinska
Slovenia
PS uit Parijs
PS uit Parijs
Luitingh Sijthoff
Netherlands
Ea & El
Ea & El
Trei
Romania
Qadın & Kişi
Qadın & Kişi
Qanun
Azerbaijan
她和他
她和他
Hunan Literature and Art
China
PS. Pariisist
PS. Pariisist
Ersen
Estonia
Marc Levy, photographie de David Ken

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