Toujours Provence

Toujours Provence

by Peter Mayle


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Toujours Provence (2 Cassettes) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
wenestvedt on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The sequel to "A Year in Provence," where the british newspaper columnist stays in his redone provencal farmhouse. If you liked the first one, please consider having a second helping.
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Charlottes-son More than 1 year ago
I read both with equal gusto, Encore Provence and now this one. Or was it the other way round. Charmingly written. I have traveled in this part of France for many years and loved the revisit through his eyes.
contradictionofsorts More than 1 year ago
Toujour Provence is very much similar to A Year in Provence but with new random tales of life in Southern France. It's the same delightful read, just as the first, peppered with good-humor and open-minded observations, all thoroughly described with a level of upper intermediate to lower advance level of reading. There are books that deceives the reader with 300+ pages of wordage, only to find oneself disappointed in how unbelievably easy and grade-school the story is approached and written. Not so with Peter Mayle. Then there are books that drone on and on, over-descriptive, over-wordy, takes too long to get to the point. Not so with Peter Mayle. You will be satisfied with the manner and level of how this book is written.*
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I found this book funny and charming, especially the chapters that had any dining experiences.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The follow-up to A Year in Provence provides additional insight to the relaxing way of life in the south of France. My favorite chapter is Boy, with the best description of an addition to the family I have ever seen.