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Kiss and Tell

Kiss and Tell( )
Author: de Botton, Alain
Read by: Bell, Nicholas
ISBN:978-1-74315-386-4
Publication Date:May 2013
Publisher:Bolinda Publishing Pty, Limited
Imprint:Bolinda Audio
Book Format:CD-Extra
List Price:AUD $34.95
Book Description:

Dr. Samuel Johnson observed that everyone's life is a subject worthy of the biographer's art. Accused by a former girlfriend of being unable to empathise, the narrator of Kiss & Tell takes Johnson's idea to heart and decides to write about the next person who walks into his life. He meets Isabel Rogers, a production assistant at a small stationery company in London, apparently an ordinary woman. But as the biographer's understanding of Isabel deepens, she becomes...
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Book Details
Detailed Subjects: Fiction / General
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):13.2 x 12.2 cm
Book Weight:0.068 Kilograms
Author Biography
de Botton, Alain (Author)
Born in Zurich, Switzerland on December 20, 1969, Alain de Botton was educated at Cambridge University, England, and now divides his time between London and Washington, D.C.

With the publication of his first novel, Essays in Love, de Botton quickly became one of the most talked about British novelists of the 1990s. Although the basic plot of Essays in Love (published in the U.S. as On Love) is a rather typical love story, de Botton presents it in a unique and humorous way.

De Botton's other novels include The Romantic Movement: Sex, Shopping and the Novel, which is written in a similar style to Essays on Love, and Kiss and Tell, which follows a would-be biographer as he attempts to write the life story of the first person he encounters. The Course of Love is his latest novel and is on the bestsellers list.

Alain de Botton is also the author of How Proust Can Change Your Life: Not a Novel.

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