'Essential reading for any discerning visitor to, or inhabitant of, Paris.'(Pipedown newletter)
'Siobhan Wall's nifty pocket-sized number gives you the lowdown on more than 120 places to enjoy a chilled-out vibe in the City of Light.'(Jet 2 Holidays)
'The ideal guide to exploring Paris beyond the hotspots on everybody's hit list. Away from the mainstream guidebooks, Quiet Paris is the perfect companion for the frequent visitor to Paris who has already seen the grand monuments and is ready to delve a little deeper under the city's surface.'(Easy Voyage)
'Avoid getting hot and bothered in summertime Paris by finding your own peaceful corner.'(France magazine)
'There's another side to Paris and it could have us converted.'(French Entree)
'A new, gentle-hearted guide to tranquil spots around the capital.'
'Packed with real insider tips and discoveries.'(Paris Voice)
Book of the Week: 'Magnifique.'(Mail on Sunday)
'A book that will tempt you to wander off the beaten track next time youvisit Paris.'(Destination France)
SIOBHAN WALL is a writer and artist. She initially studied at Cambridge University, followed by a degree in Fine Art at Central St Martin's College of Art and Design, and an MA (Distinction) in Visual Culture at Middlesex University, London. Siobhan has worked as a senior lecturer, teaching photography, cultural studies, video production and fine art for over ten years at universities in London and Oxford.The author of numerous articles on contemporary art published by international journals (Eyemazing, Framework, Ceramics Art and Perception, etc.), more recently Siobhan has curated group exhibitions for British museums and galleries. Her paintings have also been included in group shows at the Whitechapel Art Gallery and the ICA, London and she has two works in the permanent collection of women's art at New Hall, Cambridge.
Siobhan is the author of Quiet Amsterdam (9780711233423) and Quiet London (9780711231900).
I was disappointed. I went to a lot of these these places and found the descriptions misleading. I have another such book which gave real treasures- but this one, not so muchPublished 17 months ago by Kate Green
Nice idea for a book, but a bit self-defeating if the book actually sells well and encourages people to visit them.Published 18 months ago by Scribe53
I was very pleased with the book as it was for a gift for a lover of Paris who I am sure will use it.Published 21 months ago by tony askew
Found some great locations. Great to be off the beaten track and enjoy some peace and quiet in a busy city.Published on 19 Jun. 2013 by CA