bibliotechnocrat

This charming month-by-month account of a British couple who move to the south of France is a delicious treat. Mayle has a light touch and a gift for deft characterization. Renovation plans drag on with tradesmen randomly disappearing, visitors collect like flies on honey, food and wine take on new meaning, and the sun shines. If you need a vicarious vacation, this book completely fits the bill: armchair travel at its finest.

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