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Aume's particular services and he is forced to make a drastic career change Since love and companionship are necessary commodities at any age he becomes Amour sur Belle's official matchmaker and intends to unite hearts as ably as he once cut hair But alas Guillaume is not nearly as accompli. This is a charming and uirky little book that diverts entertains and makes you hungry for food you never thought would tempt you Please read this

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Shed an agent of amour as the disastrous results of his initial attempts amply prove especially when it comes to arranging his own romantic future For every reader who adored Chocolat Julia Stuart's The Matchmaker of Périgord is a delectable utterly enchanting and sinfully satisfying delig. It was pretty clear that this was a debut novel from Stuart after reading her sopho work The Tower The Tortoise and The Zoo which has all the imagination magic and whimsy readers see here but with far sophisticated editing specifically pacing and realizing that as good as your material is most of it is better off not being included This seemed a collection of vignettes of characters readers learn to love rather than a cohesive while that makes for a fluid novel For example whenever milie gives tours of her ch teau it takes several pages on account some origin story she creates for the visitor First these stories detract from the main narrative Secondly after the first few it is easy to lose interest Examples of that creativity humor and wit I now attribute to Stuart Guillaume Ladoucette and his best friend St phane Jollis a baker often take fishing trips but the unspoken real goal of this trip has nothing to do with fish but their rivaling rivaling picnic baskets Always with an innocent Bring something to eat A snack the innocent response although each has spent the entirety of the previous day or even all night preparing it When they inevitably get around to eating they offer each other tastes Cue declination But then I wouldn t have any room for this what follows are extremely descriptive highly sensory descriptions some delicious dishes This Stuart is good at Food is interwoven throughout the story as a warm welcoming escape emotional signals for the characters delicious fantasies for the readers I love that unlike most other food in fiction it is not actually a main focus Guillaume s parents meeting Her parents forced her to participate their trapeze act He saw the fear in her eyes in the audience He came to congratulate her She dotted over him for the rest of his life the trapeze act instilling a paranoid fear of death in her for all her days The age old castle milie Fraisse Guillaume s lifelong love interest unfulfilled up to now because succumbing to his fears he never responded to her letters returned to town to live in after a failed marriage Amour sur Belle s status as the least appreciated town around leads the government to choose them for a testing round for communal showers in an effort to conserve water To raise said minimal appreciation an effort is made to fabricate population numbers by inviting all known relatives 2 and the use of a box of wigs provided by Guillame many much running and strangely familiar looking faces Unfortunately census representatives send for a surprise double check The historical artifacts relevant to barbering that Guillame collected over the years Guillaume s talent for procrastinating How he spends all day elsewhere across town another town the same room choosing pastries researching his many calendars that guide his gardening locating better newer thicker colorful paper vivifying the candle store next door having dinner examining the contents of his desk hutch etcetera anything rather than write his love letter This is magical realism yes But it is stretched a little far The physical ailments resulting from a broken heart The fact that Guillame has not yet embraced his lover because he has been afraid to respond to an innocent letter she sent him as a teenager How Lisette Robert s stunning beauty had been a lifelong burden for her attracting numerous suitors that are inevitably disappointed as nothing could ever live up to her physical attributes To be fair it is uite lyrical Crossing into pose poetry utilizing multiple literary devices With her freuent switch from prose to prose poetry readers may find it difficult to appreciate Stuart s writing unable to switch mindsets The potential is here what she needed was a good editor and practice at her craft Evidence of this can be seen in her sopho novel Contemporary Japanese Architects of amour as the disastrous results nus-f-eacute-minins-mod-egrave-les-d-atelier-pour-l-artiste of his initial attempts amply prove especially when it comes to arranging his Collision With The Infinite own romantic future For every reader who adored Chocolat Julia Stuart's The Matchmaker Reality Lesbian of Périgord is a delectable utterly enchanting and sinfully satisfying delig. 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Barber Guillaume Ladoucette has always enjoyed great success in his tiny village in southwestern France catering to the tonsorial needs of Amour sur Belle's thirty three inhabitants But times have changed His customers have grown older and balder Suddenly there is no longer a call for Guill. Please someone make a movie out of this book I kept picturing it as a ChocolatAmelie esue movie as I read it it would make such a great filmThis book was charming and funny and uirky and delightful My only complaint would be that the little details which sometimes add to the charm were often tedious and repetitive But I enjoyed this book so much and would definitely recommend it


10 thoughts on “The Matchmaker of Périgord

  1. says:

    For a book that is only 316 pages this took me FOREVER to read The two words I would use to describe the story are sweet and tedious Julia Stuart does a lovely job of capturing the charms and uirks of a small French village and its inhabitants One almost feels as though they are watching a play with a cast of 33 each person acting out their strange persona and telling their own story all at the same time In other words the reader is gett

  2. says:

    Please someone make a movie out of this book I kept picturing it as a ChocolatAmelie esue movie as I read it it would make such a g

  3. says:

    Poor Guillaume Ladoucette He has been an excellent barber for his small French town for twenty years But now he has a problem Well two problems really The population of the town has not changed much over the years It stands in fact at thirty three That includes the pharmacist who has been missing since the mini tornado of 1999 The population'

  4. says:

    This is a charming and uirky little book that diverts entertains and makes you hungry for food you never thought would tempt you Please read this

  5. says:

    Looking at previous reviews this book seems to polarise opinions I really enjoyed it perhaps reading it on holiday in France helped? However I read it again and still enjoyed it where other readers felt bludgeoned by the prose and detailed descriptions I really enjoyed that attention to detail I felt a relaxed a

  6. says:

    I enjoyed this author's style I found the structured repetition of certain interactions to be humorous in a giggle sort of way I enjoyed watching the characters develop even though it's clear from the beginning where the story will end It's a fun read

  7. says:

    Because I read this third I was rather disappointed because the other two books I read by Julia Stuart were 45 star reads that I rounded up Whi

  8. says:

    It was pretty clear that this was a debut novel from Stuart after reading her sopho work The Tower The Tortoise and The Zoo which has all the imagination magic and whimsy readers see here but with far sophisticated editing specifically pacing and realizing that as good as your material is most of it is better off not being included This seemed a collection of vignettes of characters readers learn to love rather than a cohesive while that

  9. says:

    When we had the book club discussion about Matchmaker a lot of people complained about the almost bludgeoning repetitivenes

  10. says:

    I found this book to be precious The author has a great vocabulary and she seems intent on finding ways to work in every

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