At the end of the day

 Denise Hegedus
This review is from: At The End of The Day (Kindle Edition)
Paris has always been the place to go for artists. And there is a long tradition of American writers spending time there and producing some very interesting work. Mr. Levesko does not fail us in that regard. His novel is unique and excellent. It is set in Paris, May of 1968, at a time of great turmoil. The young Americans who populate his book are real and attractive. Mix that up with the French characters in the book and you have a literary combination of great story telling. Those of us familiar with Hemingway and his writings about Paris will not be disappointed with: At the End of the Day