Love in Lowercase by Francesc Miralles

Love In Lowercase

This book follows a lonely man who searches for a past love after seeing a glimpse of her on the crowded streets of Barcelona, where he lives and works as a linguistics lecturer.

While this book was cute and an easy read, it was very existential. He got into many conversations about life and the moon and how to find what he is searching for, and while conversations like these have their place the book may have had too many. But romantics tend to be existential.

The book flowed well and had a good mix of surprises. The chapters were short which made it easy to pick up and put back down-a good summer read.

Availability:  COSMOS
Review Submitted by:  Jessie Vislay
Rating:  Recommended
Challenge: A book published in 2016

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