A delightful, fresh twist on the travel memoir, "Almost French "takes readers on a tour that is fraught with culture clashes but rife with deadpan ...Show synopsisA delightful, fresh twist on the travel memoir, "Almost French "takes readers on a tour that is fraught with culture clashes but rife with deadpan humor. On every page, the tour guide is falling more deeply in love, not just with her French boyfriend, but with her newly adopted country.Hide synopsis
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Our family lived in France from 1992-1995. Though it has been a few years now, all the memories of trying to adjust, fit in, make sense of France and the French, came flowing back through my mind as I read Sarah's book. Very well written, easy and enjoyable to read, she nails the frustrations, the puzzlements, and the occasional delights of living in this special European country.
Entertaining story of an Australian woman trying to fit in in France. It certainly appeals to that "fish out of water" feeling we have all had at least some point in our lives. A good read for people who enjoy travelling or exploring other cultures.
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