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Betty Blue (Abacus Books) Paperback – 7 Dec 1989
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A brilliant, painful account of a doomed love affair. While the storm clouds are gathering, the teller of the story belives the picnic is forever. (Carlo Gebler)
A story of love found and thwarted that also becomes a remarkable journey backward: from modernist narrative resignation and ennui into full-fledged emotional engagement, complicaiton, deepening of character and resolution... (Kirkus Reviews)
Djian is a major writer. A page of his prose reads like nothing else, except perhaps another page of his. His writing is the real thing. (Le Monde)
An atmosphere reminiscent of, by turns, Diva and Paris, Texas... Dijan's books soar above those of his contemporaries. (Paris Match)
The major European bestseller that was made into the celebrated film.See all Product Description
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Betty must be the most passionate and firey person on the planet and she turns our heros life upside down. When she finds he has written an unpublished manuscript she drags him from his small town existance accross the country on a mission to get it published.Never taking no for an answer Betty gets them into all sorts of trouble but also makes him feel incredibly alive.
There is an abundance of Life,zest,emotion and tragedy in Betty Blue. Once picked up i couldn't put it down.
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Bought this because Betty Blue is my favourite film. Not quite as good as the film (would be hard to match up to that), but is still a great bookPublished 7 months ago by Rebecca
I love this story, despite being a little pretentious maybe,Published 7 months ago by J Carter Woodrow
Words alone cannot describe the beauty of this French classic. This is the book that the classic 80's movie is based upon and is just as exciting and beautiful as the film itself.Published 18 months ago by Astor Edwyn Teller
I read this book in my twenties but didn't finish it. In my forties I found an old copy and couldn't put it down, BB it complex character, very manipulative I couldn't wait to see... Read morePublished on 23 Feb. 2014 by Mizde
Well worth reading. I hope they translate more of Philippe Dijan's novels. I was very surprised that this is the only one in English so far. Read morePublished on 18 May 2010 by B.H.