Honeymoon in Paris

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Title: Honeymoon in Paris

Author: Jojo Moyes

Translator: Ali Reza Mafi

Publisher: Tousan Danesh

Subject: English stories

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 144

Language: Farsi

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Introducing the book Honeymoon in Paris

The book Honeymoon in Paris is in the category of books of English novels and literature. This book is written in the romantic genre and is suitable for adults. The number of pages of the printed version of the book is 88 pages, which by reading it for 20 minutes a day, you can read this book in 4 days.

Honeymoon romance novel in Paris, by Jojo Moyes
Jojo Moyes, author of the romance novels “Before You” and “After You”, is back with another love story. This story is written in continuation of his previous work called “The Girl You Left Behind”. He creatively brings the two stories in parallel in such a way that they intersect at one point.

About the romantic novel Honeymoon in Paris by Jojo Moyes
Paris is one of the most attractive places in the world to spend a dream honeymoon and start a romantic and happy life. The famous English writer Jojo Moyes, who is well aware of the attraction of this magical city, has used the beautiful Paris to tell his stories. In the romantic novel “Honeymoon in Paris”, Moyes has not neglected this lovely and brilliant element and has chosen Paris to create his new story.

The title of the book can well describe the main axis of Jojo Moyes’ story. In this story, he takes the audience once to present-day Paris and once again tells of the Paris midnight in 1912. The story begins with a young couple named Leo and David who have traveled to Paris to spend their honeymoon.
This story takes place in 2002. In the next chapter, the author talks about another couple, Edward and Sophie, who are also in Paris. What these two couples have in common is the unusual behavior of their spouses, to the point that they doubt their right choice and think that they will soon face the reality of infidelity.

Jojo Moyes once again nails the audience with a romantic novel and leaves no choice but to follow the fate of the characters in front of them. In this book, by creating two different lives with a common point, it arouses the audience’s emotions and brings them with it. The characters in the book behave realistically and honestly, and their gray color makes the characters tangible and believable.

جوAbout Jojo Moyes, the author of the romantic novel Honeymoon in Paris
Jojo Moyes is a British writer and journalist born on August 4, 1969 in London. He entered the world of storytelling in 2002 with the publication of his first novel, and to this day he has published a new novel almost every year. Fans of romance novels know the name Jojo Moyes well.

In recent years, he has been able to introduce his name to the world with the high sales of his romantic works. Moyes is a romantic writer and is known for his romantic writing style.
Almost all of his stories are about people who are involved in their own emotional and romantic feelings. Of course, he introduces himself as a realist writer behind these stories and believes that what he writes happens in the heart of any society.

Style, works and honors of international author Jojo Moyes
Jojo Moyes has more than 10 novels so far, but his two romance novels “I Before You” and “I After You” made him even more famous. The novels quickly topped the New York Times bestseller list, prompting fans of Moyes and lovers of other modern-day romance stories to reach bookstores and buy his books by relying solely on the author’s name, regardless of the book title.

Jojo Moyes writes romance novels and is one of the few writers to have twice won the Best Romantic Novelist of the Year award. He first won the award in 2004 for “Foreign Fruit” and in 2011 for “The Last Beloved Letter.” Moyes’ honors are not limited to these awards. He has previously been nominated for the UK Galaxy Book Award for “I Am Before You.”

Translation of the book Honeymoon in Paris into Persian
Anahita Shojaei was born in 1991. This young translator has just started his career in the field of translating literary works. Among the works that Anahita Shojaei has translated into Persian, we can mention the books “Lying Game” and “Honeymoon in Paris”. Backpack Publishing has published the romantic novel Honeymoon in Paris translated by Anahita Shojaei in 2016 and made it available to those who are interested.

Why read the book Honeymoon in Paris?
The book Honeymoon in Paris is in the category of books of English novels and literature. This book is written in the romantic genre and is suitable for adults. The number of pages of the printed version of the book is 88 pages, which by reading it for 20 minutes a day, you can read this book in 4 days.

The book Honeymoon in Paris is small in size and will be useful for people who do not have enough time to read long books and want to read a short book on novels and English literature.

‌ We read in a part of the romantic novel Honeymoon in Paris
Paris, 1212

When I went for a walk in the streets around Latin Square at midnight. It was raining a little. After a few hours. My woolen hat was soaked and drops of water rolled down my collar; But I did not feel them, and I was completely engrossed in my confused thoughts.

When I wanted to leave the house. Half of me wanted to stay home and wait for Edward to return. But the other half could not bear to stay in our house; Staying with those women with a view of my husband’s future betrayals that surrounded me. His angry look was constantly in front of my eyes and his angry voice saying, “This angry woman who only knows how to slander me. who is it?” Edward no longer saw my goodness, and who could blame him for that? Now Edward saw me as I really was. I saw myself: a simple, insignificant village girl, a shopkeeper! He was jealous of me for marrying me; A hasty commitment to keep my love. Now he regretted all this hurry and I noticed it.
It occurred to me for a moment to simply pack my bags and leave him. But every time this thought came to me. An answer immediately flashed through my mind: “I love Edward.” Life without him was unbearable for me. Now that I had tasted love. How could I go back to St. Peron and live like a girl who is not married yet? How could I, with the thought that he was somewhere, miles away from me, live his life? Should I start? Even when he left the room, I felt pain like the pain of amputation. The feeling of wanting him, wanting his body still filled my whole being, and it was very difficult for me to return to my hometown just a few weeks after our marriage.

But that’s the problem: I’ve been a stupid villager forever. I could not share my husband with anyone like these Parisian women. I was not willing to put my head under the snow like a cake. How could I live with Edward? While it may be when he returns home. Another woman’s perfume is stressful.

Introducing the book Honeymoon in Paris
“Honeymoon in Paris” is a novel by contemporary English author Jojo Moyes (1969). In this book, like his other books, Moyes is looking for a history and romantic atmosphere and relationships. Two young couples, the love between them and their lives over time is narrated in this book. “Honeymoon in Paris” has two stories that are told one by one.

The first is a young girl who comes to Paris with her rich husband for a honeymoon, but the man who is more concerned about his work does not spend much time with his wife and causes unpleasant feelings in her, and the other is a story that goes on years ago, a saleswoman with a married man But one of the painter’s models has aroused his inner fear and jealousy: in the three weeks I was married to Edward Lefebvre, and a few months earlier I discovered that the number of people who owe my new wife much more than her skill as a painter. Is. Edward was the most generous man I ever knew, but he kept his generosity with less investment.

He sold his works so easily that he envied his friends at Matisse 11 Academy, but he seldom bothered to ask them for money to sell his paintings, and instead of money, he took from them fragmentary receipts, which were growing in number every day.
While his two colleagues at the Duchamp Gallery, Bersey and Stigler, could easily create both their paintings and their bellies; While Edward eats only kneaded pork with bread and cheese for a week. I was horrified when I heard the details of Edward’s financial situation, not because he had no money! – I guessed when I saw him that he could not be rich – but because talking about money with his friends bothered him.

Who is Jojo Moyes?
Jojo Moyes Jojo Moyes is a British writer and journalist born on August 4, 1969 in London. Her real name is Pauline Sarah Joe Moyes, who is now known around the world as Jojo Moyes.

He worked as a journalist and reporter for about 12 years, but entered the world of storytelling with the publication of his first novel in 2002, and to this day he has published a new novel almost every year. Fans of romance novels know the name Jojo Moyes well. In recent years, he has been able to introduce his name to the world with the high sales of his romantic works. Of course, he still sometimes does journalism and writes articles for the Daily Telegraph in order not to be far from the space of this media.

Education and work
Moyes graduated from the Royal Holloway University of London and New Bedford College, University of London, and in 1992, while working as a journalist, won a scholarship from The Independent to pursue a master’s degree in journalism at the University of London. Moyes wrote for the Sunday Morning newspaper in Hong Kong for about 10 years. From his career, he was the news editor in 1998 and the head of the arts and media department at The Independent.

From professional writing to several international awards
Although Jojo Moyes has more than 10 novels, his two romance novels “I Before You” and “I After You” made him more famous than before. The novels quickly topped the New York Times bestseller list, prompting Moyes fans and lovers of other romance stories to reach bookstores and buy his books by relying solely on the author’s name, regardless of the book title.

My Novel Before You has been translated in more than 28 countries, based on which a film starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Cloughlin was made in 2016. The film sold very well and was well received by the audience.
Jojo Moyes writes romance novels and is one of the few writers to have twice won the Best Romantic Novelist of the Year award. He first won the award in 2004 for “Foreign Fruit” and in 2011 for “The Last Beloved Letter”. Moyes’ honors are not limited to these awards. He has previously been nominated for the UK Galaxy Book Award for “I Am Before You.”

Jojo Moyes writing style
Moyes is a romantic writer and is known for his romantic writing style. Almost all of his stories are about people who are involved in their own emotional and romantic feelings. Of course, he introduces himself as a realist writer behind these stories and believes that what he writes happens in the heart of every society. Moyes said in an interview that he is not very emotional in his personal life.

According to him, love is what motivates a person to do the most extraordinary things. A feeling that can bring a person to the highest or lowest level. According to Moyes, writing about the ups and downs of love is always readable and lovable for the reader.

Works of Jojo Moyes
“I Before You”, “After You”, “The Girl You Left Behind”, “Rain Shelter”, “Foreign Fruit”, “Dancing Horse”, “One Plus One” and “Night Music”, “The Young Russian Ship” “Dancing Horse”, “Still Me”, “Honeymoon in Paris”, “The Last Letter of the Beloved”, “Honeymoon in Paris”, “Silver Bay”, and “Leave in the Wind” are some of the works translated by Jojo. There are raisins in Iran that have sold well.

Jojo Moyes; Narrator of women’s stories in society
If we take a closer look at Moyes’ works, we will find that in most of his stories, the main characters are women who have a vulnerable spirit and are facing problems. But what saves these women’s lives is the love and hope that culminates in the presence of another person. Moyes is a good storyteller and skillfully accompanies all his readers with the characters throughout the pages of the story.

One of the things about raisin books; There are social concerns and issues that are told in the context of love stories. Moyes draws its readers into the world of fiction with simple language and sometimes humor. Although the audience of the romantic genre of raisins has a large audience, some people consider these stories to be clichéd and non-literary.
In an interview with these people, Jojo Moyes also said that it is important for him that before he is a singer, he should establish a close relationship with the story and even shed tears with it. “If I can get readers to think with my writing and at the same time write comprehensible stories and at the same time laugh and cry at the same time, then, frankly, I don’t care at all,” he said of the fact that some give his stories popular or commercial titles. “I do not feel embarrassed by what they call” I evoke emotions in the reader. “

Why Jojo Moyes’s books are bestsellers and popular
One of the reasons that Jojo Moyes books are so popular both in the world and in Iran is to touch people of our own kind. As a writer, he chooses people as his characters, who are far away if we are not ourselves. People who are white and not black and we can easily put ourselves in their shoes and identify with them.

Jojo Moyes in Iran
Moyes was also famous in Iran with the publication of my two books Before You and I After You. These two books were first published by Amout Publications. For several weeks, the two books topped the bestseller list, and the name Jojo Moyes came to prominence. Almost all of Moyes’ works have been translated in Iran.

Ms. Maryam Moftahi, who has translated most of Moyes’ works in Iran, said of the selection of her books: “The love, motivation and hope I saw in I Am Before You prompted me to translate this book into Persian. . “Of course, this book has a sad and sad appearance, but at the same time, it leaves hope in the heart of the reader.”

Raisins and away from London
In the fourth decade of his life, Moyes became depressed for a while and attended group psychotherapy classes. This period also inspired him to write a book after you. He said in an interview that if he had not been a writer, he would have wanted to be a psychotherapist. Because he is interested in psychological topics and is curious to know what is going on in the human mind.

Moyes now lives with his wife, Charles Arthur, a journalist, and their three children on a farm near London to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

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