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This is the best of the Peter Mayle novels so far. I intend to buy the rest of the novels shortly.Published 9 days ago by Bill Peeler
Many times I've read a book then saw the movie knowing the movie usually has to make changes and leave things out. This time I saw the movie first, which I loved! Read morePublished 20 days ago by Fred H. Hartwell
I have seen the movie, so I was a little bit disappointed with the bookPublished 2 months ago by Karin Krüger
Peter Mayle's books are pleasant and breezy reads, all about the English quitting and/or retiring to the South of France to get the some sun and peace and quiet, not to mention the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mary McGreevey
This book is rich with great characters. It is unlike the movie. Mayle brings humor and richness to this wonderful region of France.Published 4 months ago by Gary Cupp
I like Peter Mayles books. However I also liked the movie which was different and equally good.Published 5 months ago by Robowsh
Another delighted sigh as I sink into an armchair with Mayle and a glass of Provençal wine...Published 5 months ago by Claret House