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    This feeling of love it transports me it makes me happy But it also consumes me and makes me miserable the way all impossible loves are miserablePhilippe is a famous writer being interviewed at a hotel in Bordeaux when he sees a handsome man walk by The man jars Philippe's memory reminding him of his first love when he was in his last year of high school in 1984Philippe is the studious one shy yet fiercely intelligent He

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    An unforgettable exuisite and powerful award winning French novel by Philippe Besson translated by the famous actress Molly Ringwald that read

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    This passion that can’t be talked about that has to be concealed gives way to the terrible uestion if it isn’t talked about how c

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    Lie With Me is a tender beautiful novel written by French author Philippe Besson and translated by Molly Ringwald that follows the relationship that develops between two teenage boys in 1984 France “The image doesn’t fit my thick glasses my stretched out blue Nordic sweater the student head slaps the too good grades the feminin

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    5 stars Audiobook4 stars for the story This is the story of Philippe and Thomas two boys who fall in love while attending high school in France in the 80s In a way it is a memoir the author denies it 😂😊 But i know it is The writing is lyrical and amazing The author made me feel the way he was feeling Thomas Thomas Thomas Gaaaaah It is worth reading

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    We drive at high speed along back roads through woods vineyards and oat fields The bike smells like gasoline and makes a lot of noise

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    First love is always such a pivotal moment

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    I read this novel for Lambda Literary where my full review can be foundA thoughtful examination of the ways social class shapes the experience a

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    I feel this desire swarming in my belly and running up my spine But I have to constantly contain and compress it s

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    I recently saw Ellen Page on The Late Show give an impassioned plea to end the hate against the ueer community I was moved by her words and while reading this novella I kept thinking about them How long has hatred left its indelible mark and perhaps changed the course of so many lives senselessly? Philippe Besson and Thomas Andrieu can be counted amongst that collateral damage There was no hate crime or bullying per se

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The award winning bestselling French novel by Philippe Besson about an affair between two teenage boys in 1984 France translated with subtle beauty and haunting lyricism by the iconic and internationally acclaimed actresswriter Molly Ringwald We drive at high speed along back roads through woods vineyards and oat fields The bike smells like gasoline and makes a lot of noise and sometimes I’m. This passion that can t be talked about that has to be concealed gives way to the terrible uestion if it isn t talked about how can one know that it really exists One day when it s over when it finally comes to an end no one will be able to attest to what took place Is this a memoir or just fiction Surely it s a memoir and if it is it makes this even of a compelling readI was a mess after I finished thisIt was always going to be obvious the outcome for Thomas and Philippe wouldn t be the one the reader wanted and that wasn t really the reason I was a messIt was about the world we live in where as recently as the 1980 s people still have to hide their sexuality and as a result never get to live their lives the way they want toStarting in 1984 and finishing in 2017 this one touched me deeplyTwo young boys who became lovers for a summer but were never destined to be much I did struggleinitially with the lack of dialogue but the I read the I didn t mind although as a result the book had a very melancholy feel to itThe joy and anguish of that first love told in the most beautiful words hereThe majority of the book centres around Thomas and Philippe s youthHow they got together and their subseuent relationshipMy heart ached for these boysTheir story was so touching and yet so sadHow many people meet and fall in love and never really stand a chance The later part is when Philippe meets Thomas s son by chance one day and finally finds out a little of Thomas s life after the summer of 1984I say a little of Thomas s life because although his story is told there s so much you don t know in a wayIt s not romance but it definitely was a love story Review copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley Dictionary Of Dreams roads through woods vineyards and oat fields The bike smells like gasoline and makes a lot of noise and sometimes I’m. This passion that can t be talked about that has to be concealed gives way to the terrible uestion if it isn t talked about how can one know that it The Love of a Latino really exists One day when it s over when it finally comes to an end no one will be able to attest to what took place Is this a memoir or just fiction Surely it s a memoir and if it is it makes this even of a compelling Other Days, Other Eyes readI was a mess after I finished thisIt was always going to be obvious the outcome for Thomas and Philippe wouldn t be the one the Deception Island reader wanted and that wasn t The Family really the The First Partition of Poland reason I was a messIt was about the world we live in where as The Hero of Varay recently as the 1980 s people still have to hide their sexuality and as a Blackmailed By Daddy read the I didn t mind although as a उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] result the book had a very melancholy feel to itThe joy and anguish of that first love told in the most beautiful words hereThe majority of the book centres around Thomas and Philippe s youthHow they got together and their subseuent Cock Tales relationshipMy heart ached for these boysTheir story was so touching and yet so sadHow many people meet and fall in love and never Son of the Hero really stand a chance The later part is when Philippe meets Thomas s son by chance one day and finally finds out a little of Thomas s life after the summer of 1984I say a little of Thomas s life because although his story is told there s so much you don t know in a wayIt s not The Alien Jigsaw romance but it definitely was a love story Review copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley

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Frightened when the wheels slip on the gravel on the dirt road but the only thing that matters is that I’m holding on to him that I’m holding on to him outside Just outside a hotel in Bordeaux Philippe chances upon a young man who bears a striking resemblance to his first love What follows is a look back at the relationship he’s never forgotten a hidden affair with a gorgeous boy named. Lie With Me is a tender beautiful novel written by French author Philippe Besson and translated by Molly Ringwald that follows the relationship that develops between two teenage boys in 1984 France The image doesn t fit my thick glasses my stretched out blue Nordic sweater the student head slaps the too good grades the feminine gestures Why meHe says Because you are not like all the others because I don t see anyone but you and you don t even realize it He adds this phrase which for me is unforgettable Because you will leave and we will stay There s something about books written retrospectively that just call out to me There s a sense of nostalgia trapped within the narrative that s almost always tinged with a sense of melancholy Lie With Me was exactly like that The story opens in 2007 with Philippe a successful author being interviewed on the release of his latest book As the interview progresses Philippe notices a young man exiting the hotel his interview takes place in a man that bears a striking resemblance to someone from his past It s then that the story goes back to 20 years earlier where an 18 year old Philippe develops a secret relationship with another boy in his final year of high school Thomas We drive at high speed along back roads through woods vineyards and oat fields The bike smells like gasoline and makes a lot of noise and sometimes I m frightened when the wheels slip on the gravel on the dirt road but the only thing that matters is that I m holding on to him that I m holding on to him outside The story that s told in this book isn t that long The actual novel is only 150 pages but it packs such a powerful and emotional punch The narrator Philippe felt so familiar to me that at times it felt like I was reading about myself because I saw so many aspects of my personality in his character This meant that I related to him massively which also meant that I knew I was going to love this book from the start As the story explores Thomas and Philippe s relationship you already know that it doesn t end well because that s the sense you get when a story is told retrospectively Like these events have already happened but yet you still want the characters to have a happy ending and in this case I desperately wanted Thomas and Philippe to be together But what makes this novel incredible is that so many important themes are explored such as identity and life in a small town the differences between people and how sometimes those differences can change the trajectory of your life the bravery it takes to proudly be yourself and how sometimes it s really difficult to summon that bravery when you ve been repressing your identity for so long He says I m a boy of books from somewhere else This is important he sees me in a certain way a way he will never deviate from In the end love was only possible because he saw me not as who I was but as the person I would become This book made me cry ugly tears because Philippe Besson really takes you on a journey Now I don t know just how much of this book is fiction and how much may have been taken from the author s own personal life because the novel itself is dedicated to Thomas Andrieu and the main character is also called Philippe But I don t think that s important What s important is the journey the characters go on the relationship that develops between them and what this relationship tells each of the characters about themselves But most importantly the reason I loved this novel so much is because of what it told me about myself I felt like I took away so much from this book It made me cry so much but it also touched me in a way where I m still thinking about it now weeks after I ve read it Everything is in its place everything reassures me Except that I miss Thomas I miss him terribly And that changes everything Have you noticed how the most beautiful landscapes lose their brilliance as soon as our thoughts prevent us from seeing them properly The writing in this book was absolutely beautiful and poetic so much so that I can t even begin to imagine just how beautiful this novel must be in French as that s how it was first written Like I said previously I m really drawn to books that are written retrospectively where characters reflect on their lives and the circumstances that have lead them to where they are when we meet them in the novel And the author perfectly weaves that sense of nostalgia within his own writing and it s so vivid that I can feel like radiating off the words and enveloping me as I read it This book is only 150 pages but each of the words that have been used felt so deliberate and precise How is it that a book can be so small yet touch you in the biggest ways This feeling of love it transports me it makes me happy At the same time it consumes me and makes me miserable the way all impossible loves are miserable Overall Lie With Me was a delicately beautiful book about identity and love but the kind of love that attaches itself to your soul and stays with you that made me cry but also filled me with a tender appreciation for life If Philippe Besson is capable of destroying me with a 150 page book I m a little scared to read anything else by him I hope his other books are translated or I might just have to learn French and read them all It s the least I could do to have the chance to experience something this beautiful again I know you would have liked for things to be different for me to say the words that would have reassured you but I could not and I never knew how to talk anyway In the end I tell myself that you understood It was love of course And tomorrow there will be a great emptiness But we could not continue you have your life waiting for you and I will never change I just wanted to write to tell you that I have been happy during these months together that I have never been so happy and that I already know I will never be so happy again There were so many uotes that I adored that I wanted to include in my review so I ve left them here I m seventeen years old I don t know then that one day I won t be seventeen I don t know that youth doesn t last that it s only a moment and then it disappears and by the time you finally realize it it s too late It s finished vanished lost I think I love him for this loneliness that it s what pushed me toward him I love his aloofness his disengagement with the outside world Such singularity moves me I discover that absence has a consistency like the dark water of a river like oil some kind of sticky dirty liuid that you can struggle and perhaps drown in It has a thickness like night an indefinite space with no landmarks nothing to bang against where you search for a light some small glimmer something to hang on to and guide you But absence is first and foremost silence A vast enveloping silence that weighs you down and puts you in a state where any unforeseeable unidentifiable sound can make you jump There is the insanity of not being able to be seen together An insanity that is aggravated in this case by the unprecedented situation of finding ourselves in the middle of a crowd and having to act like strangers It seems crazy not to be able to show our happiness Such an impoverished word Others have this right and they exercise it freely Sharing their happiness makes them even happy makes them expand with joy But we re left stunted compromised by the burden of having to always lie and censor ourselves And when you ve been hurt once you re afraid to try again later in dread of enduring the same pain You avoid getting hurt in an attempt to avoid suffering I had time to think all the way home about how affairs of the body are so much preferable to affairs of the heart but that sometimes you don t have the choice You can never really let go of your childhood Especially when it was happy Above all we will no longer find the thing that first pushed us toward one another that day That singular moment The pure urgency of it There were circumstances a series of coincidences and simultaneous desire There was something in the atmosphere something in the time and the place that brought us together And then everything broke like a firework exploding on a dark night in July that spirals out in all directions blazing brightly dying before it touches the ground so that no one gets burned No one gets hurt সোনালী দিন যায় resemblance to his first love What follows is a look back at the Native Son relationship he’s never forgotten a hidden affair with a gorgeous boy named. 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Thomas during their last year of high school Without ever acknowledging they know each other in the halls they steal time to meet in secret carrying on a passionate world altering affairDazzlingly rendered in English by Ringwald in her first ever translation Besson’s powerfully moving coming of age story captures the eroticism and tenderness of first love and the heartbreaking passage of tim. First love is always such a pivotal moment in anyone s life It bewitches you It nourishes you It transforms you in such a way that you can never be what you were before It s the loss of innocence but the gaining of so much It is the most timeless of love stories and this book perfectly encapsulates all the emotions that a young lover experiences When the adult Philippe sees a young man who bears a striking resemblance to his first love we are transported back to 1984 and the relationship that defined his life This short book is searingly beautiful It s filled with the most beautifully lyrical prose that just reaches into your soul and holds you tightly in its grasp And yes it s that Molly Ringwald that translated this The story explores issues of homophobia social class divide shame and the crippling fear that someone can live with when they are innocent victims of such The pain that emanates from this book is almost exuisite in how I keenly felt it as a reader A powerfully intense literary novel that demands to be felt in your soul s core and one that I highly recommend Five stars An e copy of this book was kindly provided to me by the publisher Penguin UK via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review For reviews and book related chat check out my blog Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury rendered in English by Ringwald in her first ever translation Besson’s powerfully moving coming of age story captures the eroticism and tenderness of first love and the heartbreaking passage of tim. First love is always such a pivotal moment in anyone s life It bewitches you It nourishes you It transforms you in such a way that you can never be what you were before It s the loss of innocence but the gaining of so much It is the most timeless of love stories and this book perfectly encapsulates all the emotions that a young lover experiences When the adult Philippe sees a young man who bears a striking How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim resemblance to his first love we are transported back to 1984 and the Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic reaches into your soul and holds you tightly in its grasp And yes it s that Molly Ringwald that translated this The story explores issues of homophobia social class divide shame and the crippling fear that someone can live with when they are innocent victims of such The pain that emanates from this book is almost exuisite in how I keenly felt it as a A Daddy for Christmas recommend Five stars An e copy of this book was kindly provided to me by the publisher Penguin UK via NetGalley in exchange for an honest Banned in Britain review For Hour of the Beast reviews and book Dictionary Of Dreams related chat check out my blog