“Rococo” by Adriana Trigiani

This book is simply … delicious! You’re reading it as if you’re eating a fantastically delicious Italian dinner – seven courses, not less.

I’ve read Rococo by Adriana Trigiani over the Christmas/New Year holidays period, when we had a cosy, tasty time with my family, taking long walks along the seaside and enjoying every pleasure we could enjoy – and afford – during the lockdown. The book was a perfect addition to such holidays. It was warm and sweet and without major problems, mankind has to find solutions to. And, at the same time, there was a deep thought about the enormous meaning the family has in every person’s life. 

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