• Title English : A girl like her
• Author : Marc LEVY
• Pages : 384 Sheet
• Publisher : Robert Laffont / Versilio (May 18, 2018)
• ISBN-10: 2221157869
• ISBN-13: 978-2221157862
• Format Kindle : Paperback, PDF and eBook
• Product Dimensions : 14,2 x 4,4 x 22,7 cm
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♦Description : “How far are we, an ocean and two continents or eight floors?
– Do not be hurtful, you think a girl like me.
– I have never met a woman like you.
“You said you barely know me.
– There are so many people who miss each other for the wrong reasons. What is the risk of stealing a little happiness?
New York, on 5th Avenue, rises a small building not quite like the others.
Its inhabitants are very attached to their elevator operator, Deepak, in charge of running the mechanical lift, a real antique. But the life of the happy community is turned upside down when her colleague at night falls on the stairs. When Sanji, the mysterious nephew of Deepak, arrives as a savior and endorses the costume of liftier, no one can imagine that he is at the head of a huge fortune in Bombay and even less Chloe, the inhabitant of the top floor.
Enter No. 12, Fifth Avenue, cross the hall, climb aboard its old elevator and ask the elevator to embark … in the most delicious comedy New York!”
“After spending six years at the Red Cross and managing an architectural firm, Marc Levy publishes And if it was true … Editions Robert Laffont in 2000. This first novel is an immediate success in France and abroad, and is adapted to cinema in 2005 by Dreamworks. Since then, Marc Levy has written 19 novels, and it is translated into 49 languages. With over 40 million copies sold, he is the most widely read French writer in the world. Marc Levy lives in New York.”
It is translated into 49 languages, and sales of all his novels have exceeded 30 million copies worldwide.
Marc Levy co-wrote and directed a short film for Amnesty International, Nabila’s Letter, in 2003 and has written songs for various artists including Johnny Hallyday.”