One of the milestones of adulthood involves the acceptance of compromises: the pragmatic reconciliation of ideals and reality. In her novel titled, Paris, He Said
, Christine Sneed explores the things a young woman chooses to do for her art, and the ways in which a mentor can exploit a need while fulfilling desire. By alternating narrators, Sneed allows readers to understand different perspectives. Sneed’s prose will please many readers, and this novel might lead to interesting conversation among book group participants.
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