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  • A beautifully tactile and relective meditation on the outsider's experience of a community, it is sharp and lyrical, occasionally a little whimsical, but always pushing towards the truth.

    The Times
  • The most authentic, enjoyable and evocative book on French village life that I have read in years.

    Joane Harris, author of Chocolat
  • A warm and wistful account of adapting to a new country and the heartache it brings.

    Elle
  • Wonderfully evocative, with a plangent note of longing, this is one for those dreary February commutes to work.

    Marie Claire
  • As beguiling and as enigmatically seductive a piece of writing as you could ask for . . . A beautifully tactile and reflective meditation on the outsider's experience of a community.

    Elizabeth Buchan, The Times

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