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A great beach read or "bon divertissement" when your mind wants to escape to the south of France!
Although I do like Mayle's books and will continue to read them, since they provide hours of entertaining reading--until the end.
I enjoyed Peter Mayle's tales in A Year In Provence as well as his follow up stories of life in France.
the best part for me was reliving my years living in the same area in France.Published 11 days ago by Stella
It is interesting to see how much money will do, how Simon Shaw is wealthy, sick of his job, working all the time and wanting to take all his money and have fun. Read morePublished 1 month ago by josephine briggs
This book is fun. It's entertainment. Some of the characters may be cliches, and some plot elements are far from original. So what? It all comes together in a delightful read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Edgar M Shawen
Couldn't put it down....always able to follow the action....Love the locale....Published 1 month ago by D. C. Walton
Who doesn't dream of chucking it all and moving to Provence? Nicely put into the context of a man with more money than many of us dream of. With warm, close relationships. Read morePublished 2 months ago by dhome510
Just the descriptions of the scenery and food was enough to get me through several especially cold days in January. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Franci
Since I am a Francophile, I loved the Provence setting and French expressions throughout the book. The story was entertaining, but lacked 'meat'. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Linda Rafferty