Set in the heart of Left-Bank Paris, this is the story of Paul, a lonely, quiet boy who makes an astonishing discovery and confronts that brutal turning point in adolescence when he learns he must leave the privileges of naivety behind.
‘Funny, waspish, astute, I love you too much is a heartbreaking tale.’ — Denise Mina, author of the The Long Drop
‘There is the most extraordinary sensibility in this book…unsettling, unnerving, strangely delicious. Alicia Drake has achieved something very rare.’ — Tim Pears, author of The Horseman
‘The enfant naturel of Henry James’s What Maisie Knew and Deborah Levy’s Swimming Home.’ — Anne Korkeakivi, author of Shining Sea