Synopses & Reviews
In Following Hemingway to Paris, Michael sets his sights on finding the true meaning for and in his life while enjoying adventurous living and alcohol in the City of Lights with his fianc, Julia. He quickly reveals himself to be an amateur philosopher who at times is also a drunken sot with the requisite depression, ubiquitous humor, and wholesome desire to be a literary success. Following Hemingway to Paris is at the same time funny and melancholy, stark and involving - the reader will understand that the pain felt by Michael over his father's suicide is so easily shown in his pique-writings and alcoholic dalliances, while neither are contradictory to his upright Christian beliefs. As we all love the Paris of our hearts and memories, reading this book will remind you of your own dream to find yourself.