The Olive Season

The Olive Season

Amour, A New Life and Olives Too

Book - 2006
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"I scan the terraces, planted with row upon row of ancient olive trees. It is April, late spring. Here in the hills behind the Cote d'Azur the olive groves are delicately blossomed, with their tiny, white-forked flowers. Beyond them, perched halfway up the slope of the hill, our belle epoque villa comes into view. Abounding in balustrade terraces, nestling among cedars and palms, facing out at a south-westerly angle, overlooking the bay of Cannes towards the sun-kissed Mediterranean, there it is, Appassionata, awaiting us..."

THE OLIVE FARM told how Carol Drinkwater and partner Michel fell in love with and bought an abandoned Provencal olive farm. Now, in THE OLIVE SEASON, Carol is pregnant and their ever-loyal gardener is leaving to oversee the marriage of his son. Often unassisted, and with new challenges to face, Carol takes on the bulk of the farm work alone. Water is, as ever, a costly problem, and she goes in search of a diviner who promises almost magical results. But, as the harvest season approaches, dramatic events cast dark shadows of their olive farm.

Publisher: London : Orion Books, 2006, c2003.
ISBN: 9780752877631
0752877631
Characteristics: 337 p.

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May 01, 2016

I think I love it even more than the The Olive Farm! I feel that I am seeing what she sees, smelling the flowers and trees, tasting the cooking of Provence, and experiencing a France I shall not perhaps otherwise know. I love sharing the journey with her. She writes in such a manner that I do feel I know her, and those around her.

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