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Rsonalities petty bureaucracies and extraordinary wildlife From the glamour of Cannes and the Isles of Leacuterins to the charm of her own small plot of land which she transforms from overgrown weeds into a thriving farm Drinkwater triumphantly relates how she realized her dream of a peaceful meaningful life A fantasy come true as it will be for many of the reade. It was okay and I liked it enough to bump up my rating to three stars but this book will be DNF for me Nothing against the author or the story as far as I went but I got enough out of the story that I just cannot pick it up again I am returning it to the library I probably should not have done as much on line research as I did It killed my desire to finish

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The Olive Farm A Memoir of Life Love and Olive Oil in the South of France

Rs who yearn to experience the magic of southern France Austin Chronicle Good hud and well written The Washington Post Book World Following Drinkwater's engaging story is like driving the hairpin turns that climb the hills above the French Riviera the views are breathtaking the blind curves frightening and the safe arrival to the top a joyous relief Library Journ. Loved itWant to move to France Marriage by Deception yearn to experience the magic of southern France Austin Chronicle Good hud and well written The Washington Post Book World Following Drinkwater's engaging story is like driving the hairpin turns that climb the hills above the French Riviera the views are breathtaking the blind curves frightening and the safe arrival to the top a joyous relief Library Journ. Loved itWant to move to France

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When Carol Drinkwater and her fiancé cute Michel are given the opportunity to purchase ten acres of an abandoned olive farm in the South of France they find the region's splendor impossible to resist Using their entire savings as a down payment the couple embark on an adventure that brings them in contact with the charming countryside of Provence its uerulous pe. This memoir ranks up there as one of my favorites of the year The author is the actress who played Helen Herriot on the BBC TV production of All Creatures Great and Small By her own admission she isn t a calm person At times in the writing you can sense that she is a little dramatic in her behavior but overall I was surprised by how calm the book is By calm I don t mean boring but its not a page by page accounting of an actresses harried lifelove affairs and narcissism Instead it is a well written entertaining account of the purchase of an olive farm in the South of France Drinkwater captures the culture and beauty of France and mirrors it with her lovely prose I hope to read some of her other books as well45 stars


10 thoughts on “The Olive Farm A Memoir of Life Love and Olive Oil in the South of France

  1. says:

    It begins with her spoiled progeny whining because they don’t have a swimming poolright now The tone is setMor

  2. says:

    This memoir ranks up there as one of my favorites of the year The author is the actress who played Helen Herriot on the BBC TV production of All Creatures Great and Small By her own admission she isn't a calm person At times in the writing you can sense that she is a little dramatic in her behavior but overall I was surprised by how calm the

  3. says:

    I started off this story with somewhat mixed feelings not sure it was my kind of story but very uickly I came to enjoy Carol Drinkwater's gentle writing style The story is fascinating her journey to southern France with her

  4. says:

    The Olive Farm was a feast for the senses Drinkwater's descriptions are so vivid that you are transported to Provence with its blue skies fragrant fruits and flowers and rocky soil Drinkwater has a love affair with the land and a love affair with a Frenchman both of which are excellent fodder for a story It was an easy and very enjoyable read

  5. says:

    It was okay and I liked it enough to bump up my rating to three stars but this book will be DNF for me Nothing against the author or the story as far as I went but I got enough out of the story that I just cannot pick it up again I am returning it to the library I probably should not have done as much on line research as I

  6. says:

    Carol Drinkwater's account of bringing an olive farm in the south of France back to life is so rich in detail and characterization that I feel a

  7. says:

    It was a sappy memoir of her life and the drama she has with the farm If you are expecting to read about the farm and its transformation this is not the book for you; which is a pity because it could've been done with this book I wi

  8. says:

    Loved itWant to move to France

  9. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this memoir about an actress and her fiance buying an abandoned villa and its overgrown grounds full of olive trees Drink

  10. says:

    Guys I think we all have a place that we dream about living out our days in It might be a beach with an umbrella drink in our hands a huge bookstore with big comfy chairs or a gorgeous mountain vista For me I think I want peace and uiet I love love love city living right now but eventually I'd love a slower pace of life Wi

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