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  1. says:

    The book was enjoyable but it was a disappointment compared to her first work It lacked the tension drama and excitement of her gigantic efforts to create a successful vineyard and winery This book was of a dis jointed trip through the seasonsof course with a tragic death thrown in for good measure And yet even in that death she held back She is just an observer


  2. says:

    An enjoyable return to this old friend It's a first hand account of the sort of life in France we all imagine I like the use of language the immediacy of the experiences and the level of knowledge demonstrated A very enjoyable experience


  3. says:

    I did not enjoy this book as much as the first one I found it a bit disjointed and the French phrases that weren't always translated a little frustrating I did enjoy her developing relationship with Fidde and it was very sad that he passed away


  4. says:

    Did not enjoy this as much as her pr Vito's book Atkinson seems removed from th sitiuation and there was almost o much description


  5. says:

    I had to return this before finishing it but I'll reuest it again Patricia's story is enjoyable if not a bit hard to follow I understand that she is chronicling her life just after the breakup of her marriage she stayed on in France and eventually created an award winning vineyard The descriptions of the grapes how and when they were harvested to produce the fine wines she ends up producing the friends she has and the food they eat are all described in a lovely way but it feels as though it's 'out of order' Not in a storytelling way but in a confusing way perhaps just to me Will finish it soon to see if it reads better


  6. says:

    Mrs Atkinson's first book was so brave as she was and most enjoyable I was so pleased to find her second book La Belle Saison I devoured every page especially the food and wine descriptions Sadly I was devastated when her beloved friend died in her arms it upset my whole week end deserving so much after all her effort then suddenly losing so much thankfully she has wonderful and special friends for support please keep writing thank you for sharing your life with us


  7. says:

    I enjoyed getting to know the folks of the small village that the author came to know and love and I read with care the portions of the book that explained the life of growing and gathering grapes but I didn't enjoy the prose and by the end was ready for it to be over


  8. says:

    Foodies book on living in rural France The endless food references left me cold I know how they make fois gras apart from that it invokes a sense of what it is like to live there Slightly idealised I would have thought


  9. says:

    The second installment of Atkinson's escape to France memoir not as memorable as the first but full os pretty vignettes of food and life in south west France


  10. says:

    Take me there it sounds so wonderful Food wine friendship belonging to a community sun drenched and full of beauty


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Elle Saison is Patricia's eulogy to this way of life a testament to the timelessness of the beautiful French countryside the bounty of the land and the generous hearted French neighbours who showed Patricia that a simple life has many rewards In France every season is 'la belle saison' offering up its gifts to those willing to appreciate and look after the land I enjoyed getting to know the folks of the small village that the author came to know and love and I read with care the portions of the book that explained the life of growing and gathering grapes but I didn't enjoy the prose and by the end was ready for it to be over Putins Russia is Patricia's eulogy to this way of life a testament to the timelessness of the beautiful French countryside the bounty of the land and the generous hearted French neighbours who showed Patricia that a simple life has many rewards In France every season Seducida (Esclava victoriana, is 'la belle saison' offering up Essential Juices and Smoothies its gifts to those willing to appreciate and look after the land I enjoyed getting to know the folks of the small village that the author came to know and love and I read with care the portions of the book that explained the life of growing and gathering grapes but I didn't enjoy the prose and by the end was ready for Buttermilk Graffiti it to be over

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How often have you eaten a mushroom that you picked yourself that morning? Or sat on a boat opening and eating oysters as you lift them from the sea? Or partaken of a seven course feast of game to celebrate the success of the chasse?When Patricia Atkinson bestselling author of The Ripening Sun first moved to France her intention was simply to establish a vineya I did not enjoy this book as much as the first one I found it a bit disjointed and the French phrases that weren't always translated a little frustrating I did enjoy her developing relationship with Fidde and it was very sad that he passed away