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Apple Island Wife: Slow Living In Tasmania Paperback – 4 December 2018
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- Publisher : Unbound Digital (4 December 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 288 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1912618087
- ISBN-13 : 978-1912618088
- Dimensions : 21.7 x 4.3 x 13.8 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 329,308 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I read and enjoy novels which are educational and entertaining - this did neither. Too many good books out there written by good authors to be bothered by this rubbish.
By Cathy Thompson on 22 March 2019
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The family settle in to country life and over time become adept at dealing with llamas, chickens and guineafowl, whilst establishing a productive vegetable garden and harvesting their own wood for the woodstove. Oliver knocks up some intriguing contraptions in his workshop and at last, Midget, the border collie, works out how to manage her wayward family flock.
A lovely read, which has left me hoping to visit Northern Tasmania one day and looking forward to the sequel, Saddleback Wife.
In the book Fiona gives us an honest glimpse and true insight into her move to Tasmania and the challenges she faced. I loved the way that she described her real life scenarios so vividly that I felt like I was there with her. By the end I felt that I had been reintroduced to my school friend, learned what she had been up to since we had last met and also enjoyed the references to her time in England (particularly her mother's hand knitted jumpers). In the book she also introduces her husband Ollie and children Kit and Daisy so well that by the end you will think that you have known them for years. I was so sad to finish it and can't wait for her next book.
up with another hair brained scheme shows great patience
She just gets on with life and describes everyday situations
with a flair that keeps the reader keen to read on. I loved this book and look forward to the next one...