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Get this from a library! The Hundred-Foot Journey.. [Richard C Morais] -- This charming, funny and compulsively readable novel is a delicious tale of restaurant . Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. With his debut novel, longtime Forbes magazine Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Literature & Fiction. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. With his debut novel, longtime Forbes magazine Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Literature & Fiction.
Regardless of one's relationship with food, this novel will spark the desire to wield a whisk or maybe just a knife and fork. From India to France, Richard Morais takes his caravanserai of eccentric characters and mouth-watering recipes on an unlikely journey from the teeming streets of Mumbai to a quiet village in rural France.
I have never experienced that most subtle of senses--smell--captured so well in print. The aroma of fine cooking just floats off the pages. Don't read this book if you're hungry. You might eat it. In The Hundred Foot Journey food isn't just a theme, it's a main character. Very charming and a delight to savor. Bound to please anyone who has ever been happily coaxed to eat beyond the point of fullness, overwhelmed by the magnetism of 'just one more bite.
Morais conjures a richly-woven tapestry of exotic sights, smells and tastes that transports the reader to a world of epicurean delights. This is a charming, deeply felt novel that questions, and ultimately celebrates, the twists and turns of an authentically lived life. A completely engaging human story heavily larded with the lushest, most high-test food porn since Zola. Easily the best novel ever set in the world of cooking --and absolutely thrilling from beginning to end. Fiona McIntosh. The Nest.
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