I've read many of Sagan's books, and except for 2 of them, I have liked them very much. This was a couple of years ago, it was scorching hot outside and I was lounging in a French garden reading something other than stuff for school for months. So I really liked her books. They are so easy to read. I never got around to reading the book that actually made her famous though, and I think that's a good thing. Bonjour Tristesse was actually a bit of a disappointment. I did end up liking it, but only because of the ending. The characters are not very interesting, nor sympathetic, and I never understood why any of them liked that Anne... and quite frankly, the book is a bit boring.