Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins: Review

Anna and the French Kiss (Anna and the French Kiss, #1) Title: Anna and The French Kiss

Author:Stephanie Perkins

My Rating: 5 out 5 stars

Publisher: Dutton

Release Date: December 2nd, 2010

5 French Awesome Stars 




There are books you will never forget. That even if they sound cheesy and romantic they are not what they are appear to be. Anna and the French Kiss is exactly that kind of book.

What can I say about this book? What I can say is that I FREAKING LOVED THIS!!! I just love contemporary books and this one was just awesome. Yes it was romance but there was something very different about it. It was very realistic. Stephanie wrote it in a way that teenagers can understand. And instead of this being a cheesy romance( which it wasn’t) it showed that everybody isn’t perfect, everybody has their weak and strong side, everybody has problems, and that life isn’t always what you want it to be.

And it has everything: fun, comic,beautiful, sad, and very moving. And it was on Paris :D.




Anna, Anna, Anna. I loved Anna. She wasn’t perfect. She had flaws and imperfections. Anna is a shy girl, sarcastic sometimes, with a very funny sense of humor. And she was beautiful but she didn’t really know that. And she was just funny to me. She was a very realistic character. And it was easy to love her. And she was just an awesome protagonist.

Her story begins with her moving to Paris. Her dad is this author who suddenly became rich and famous because his books were made into movies. And he decided to send her to this private school full of rich kids. She thinks her life is so messed up until she meets St.Clair…

“French name, English accent, American school. Anna confused.”




“Seriously, I don’t know any American girl who can resist an English accent.”

That was me. And even if he isn’t real that has happened to me. And St.Clair is perfect. Well not really. He had his flaws too and weak side. St.Clair is short and confident. Really funny and very nice. But I sometimes found him annoying! Like “just fucking tell Anna your feelings annoyed”. And sometimes their story was so crazy. And I just wanted to go in the book and tell him “Grow some balls, dude. And tell Anna how you already feel.” He was a really awesome character. I liked him and Anna and him were just perfect.

St. Clair has problems too. And cant seem to leave his girlfriend because he is afraid of being left alone. But when Anna comes, that kind of changes everything. He doesn’t have a good relationship with his dad, who is a jerk and he loves his mum very much.

So when they meet they form such an awesome friendship, that as the story goes on they become best friends and maybe even more than that…

This was a really good book. I loved it from beginning to end and it was never boring. You always wanted to keep on reading it.

The ending was just beautiful and perfect. It was the best ending ever.


I really didn’t want the book to end.

It was very original and very good written. I loved Anna and the French Kiss and its a book that i will never forget. I cant wait to read the next two books.

Stephanie Perkins deserves A LOT of applause’s:



And I recommend it to everyone.


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