This is a funny, lively account of Normandy life... SAINSBURY'S MAGAZINE A sad but funny end to a wonderful series of french anecdotal life... Manche TodayReseña del editor:
French Lessons serves up another hilarious slice of life as it is lived in rural France - but only by the disaster-prone author and his long-suffering wife. The seventh book in the immensely popular series about a British couple scraping a living in Normandy, French Lessons is another hugely entertaining account of innocents and innocence abroad. Having been forced to flee from their beloved Mill of the Flea, George and Donella find themselves in a rambling and decrepit chateau set in a vast swathe of marshlands in an isolated part of Normandy. How will they survive in their new home with no money and a menagerie of animals and the author's perennial naivete? Simple, says our hero. The Easts' will set up a multi - activity holiday centre, with hikers, cyclists and other energetic leisure seekers mingling with sculptors, writer and artists in happy harmony. Or anyway, that is Plan 'A'. And so the scene is set for another memorable episode in the best-selling series about two ordinary people who - thanks to the author- continually find themselves in very extra-ordinary circumstances.
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