Going about the Place Aspects of Les Charents Et La Dordogne, a Personal View

Going about the Place Aspects of Les Charents Et La Dordogne, a Personal View

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if you send proof of purchase, we will send you a PDF of the colour images from the eBook version, free of charge. You might have read a review of the eBook version, which slammed the book, saying "it isn't a guide." As you will see from the description below, the book doesn't claim to be a guide, though it can be used as one. Another reviewer gave it 4 stars. It never occurred to the bad reviewer that over 200 colour pics was worth the price anyway: C'est la vie! As the title suggests, the book is a personal view of aspects of the area, which to a large extent covers the border between Poitou-Charente and Aquitaine (France). Basically, it follows my wanderings around the area, helped by my friend Marie-Elisabeth, who wrote the french version in the original double volume. This edition has no illustrations, because of the cost of colour printing, but if you email rong-4-matt@esatclear.ie with proof of purchase, we will send you a PDF of the pictures, free of charge. The book is not structured like an average guide, it is just me looking at places, when I had reason to go there! There is a section that reviews other "France" books, I have read, and a guide for expats, on how to behave in France. The style is "irish" and some of the idiom shows that, along with the french non use of caps for adjectives, and oh yes, I use the old fashioned "z." Well I suppose, that's quite enough BS, so there you are. VF Mars 2013
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Product details

  • Paperback | 162 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 9mm | 227g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1482690411
  • 9781482690415

About Vincent Flannery

I was brought up in Avoca, County Wicklow, Eire, made famous by Thomas Moore, and later, by the BBC in their TV program "Ballykissangel."I was edumacated (?) by the Dominicans, who were founded to whack the Cathars, but fortunately by the time they got to me, their methods had changed for the better. (Oh really!) I look at things in an irish way, which to some, is quite enough! After years of never having taken a holiday, I decided to take a ten year vacation in France, hence the books I have written on here. Other works will join this one here on Create Space, which at the moment are residing in Kindle.
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