Tracey Lawson discovered the joys of Italy's cuisine and lifestyle while teaching English in Tuscany. She spent a decade as a journalist, writing and reporting for several British newspapers, and she edited the food and health pages for the Scotsman before relocating to Italy. Lawson now divides her time between Italy and Britain. A Year in the Village of Eternity is her first book.
I enjoyed reading this book immensely. I could easily find myself living in Campodimele, Italy. A timeless way to live and enjoy the gifts of each season.Published 6 months ago by Linda Siragusa
loved the book, bought it as a gift for a friend after we went
to Campdemele on our trip to Italy, because of ready the book. Read more
This book inspired us to live and eat in a healthier, more seasonal way. It has become an approach to life that we refer to and recommend. Cannot speak highly enough of it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Don S
always interesting to find healthy ways of eating and that there is actually a village of 'active' elders who not only eat well but keep well by keeping busy with their lives even... Read morePublished 12 months ago by eugenie m. quinn
My cousin in England sent me a paperback of this book and from the first moment I started to read I knew I was going to have this book for a very long time so I ordered the Hard... Read morePublished 24 months ago by CDW
I saw it in Clio olive oil store where I tasted lots of balsalmics and olive oils. It arrived quickly and my husband took it over and read it straight through. Read morePublished on July 14, 2013 by dawnjf