The Girl With No Shadow In this sequel to Chocolat , master confectioner and benevolent witch Vianne Rocher trades the quaint village of Lansquenet for a very contemporary Paris —… The Girl With No Shadow In this sequel to Chocolat , master confectioner and benevolent witch Vianne Rocher trades the quaint village of Lansquenet for a very contemporary Paris —… 2008-04-08 Fiction William Morrow
Book Review

The Girl With No Shadow (2008)

The Girl With No Shadow | MORE CHOCOLAT In The Girl With No Shadow , Joanne Harris offers another satisfying helping of the adventures of Vianne Rocher
MORE CHOCOLAT In The Girl With No Shadow, Joanne Harris offers another satisfying helping of the adventures of Vianne Rocher
EW's GRADE
A-

Details Release Date: Apr 08, 2008; Writer: Joanne Harris; Genre: Fiction; Publisher: William Morrow

In this sequel to Chocolat, master confectioner and benevolent witch Vianne Rocher trades the quaint village of Lansquenet for a very contemporary Paris — complete with le métro, iPods, and identity theft. Five years after she closed up her scandalous chocolaterie, respectable Vianne no longer practices magic or makes her own sweets. But old habits resurface when a beguiling (and tech-savvy) enchantress befriends her daughter and covets Vianne's life. Fans of Joanne Harris' original fairy-tale novel (and the treacly 2000 Juliette Binoche film) will find a darker Chocolat in The Girl With No Shadow, but a far richer treat. A-

Originally posted Apr 04, 2008 Published in issue #986 Apr 11, 2008 Order article reprints
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