by Asli Perker
In New York, Lilia wakes up one morning to discover her loveless marriage is founded on nothing but deep mistrust and contempt.
Marc, in Paris, is mourning the death of his beloved wife and can't bear to face the empty kitchen. And in Istanbul, Ferda waits hand and foot on her demanding mother while trying to make time for her true passion: cooking for her loved ones.
In this heartwarming and tender tale, Lilia, Marc and Ferda will find healing and joy in the simple art of cooking.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 288 pages
- Publisher: Telegram Books
- Publication Date: 25/03/2013
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781846591440
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Review by PennyAnne
This book follows three separate people whose lives crash in around them unexpectedly and who have to find a way to go on. Lilia in the United States, Marc in Paris and Ferda in Istanbul - their stories are unconnected except that at one point they all buy the same cookbook. I found this mainly a sad story although there is some hope for (not all of) the main characters in the end. I loved how the book explored the importance of food and family. I was, however, quite upset by how the storyline of one of the characters ended. So, not quite a souffle of a book but one that is easy to read and still provides some food for thought.