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Toujours Provence Paperback – June 2, 1992
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Top Customer Reviews
All that said, Mayle has a talent for evoking place, and his descriptions of memorable meals will leave you salivating. But you can get all that, in better form, in A Year in Provence.
It's a delightful book, great for listening to in the car and almost certainly an entertaining light read.
Toujours Provence begins where his first book A Year In Provence ended. Now a seasoned resident of this region of France, he broadens his view to give us an affectionate portrait of the French in all their regional peculiarities.
At once amusing and educational, this book gives the reader the sense of what it would be like to see France as a resident, not a tourist.
I know I've entertained daydreams of living in France of Italy, at least for a summer. Mayle's books make me want to act upon that fantasy.
This book is my perfect choice for bedtime reading. Not because it's boring and makes me sleepy. Not because it's easy to put down when sleep calls. Reading this book is a calm interlude in my busy life. Mayle has a droll humor and a flair for understatement of the incongruous situations that develop. I find myself smiling, and I can feel the stress melting away.
Toujours Provence, like its predecessor A Year In Provence, is the perfect armchair vacation.
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Several selections of the book where vary amusing. Later in the book the humor dragged a bit. Prefer a a total story rather than unrelated chapters expounding on one subjectPublished 5 months ago by Amazon CustomerThomas Hughes
I read this years ago in paperback but wanted it in a hardcover edition. I purchased a used copy and am happy with it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Madame Duck
Hilarious as the first, this second collection of Mayle’s adventures take us through life in the south of France. Read morePublished 9 months ago by empress8411