Laurent Moller offers Jayne Marks, an aspiring painter living in Manhattan, an all-expenses- paid stay at the Mecca of Culture, Paris, she flies off to Heaven. Laurent Moller is a gallery owner and also the lover of Jayne. He offers substantial financial and emotional support to Jayne so that that she can realise her dream of being established as a painter.
But how connected are we to our dreams?
As Laurent has his tenets of open relationship fixed and an ex-boyfriend of Jayne lingers on in her life, Sneed intricately blends questions of ambitions and truth into her narrative.
Visitez a` café de Paris!
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury||Year of Publishing:||2015|
|Binding:||Paperback||No. Of Pages:||336|
|MRP:||Rs 499||Buy From:||Flipkart.com
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