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Last Days of the Bus Club: From the author of Driving Over Lemons par [Stewart, Chris]
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When an author is as modest and humorous as this, his story cannot be told too often (The Times)

'An affectionate account of living well in the shade and scent of Stewart's beloved organic citrus trees. Happy days' --Iain Finlayson

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It's two decades since Chris Stewart moved to his farm on the wrong side of a river in the mountains of southern Spain and his daughter Chloe is preparing to fly the nest for university. In this latest, typically hilarious dispatch from El Valero, we find Chris, now something of a local literary celebrity, using that fame to help out his old sheep-shearing partner; cooking a TV lunch for visiting British chef, Rick Stein; and discovering the pitfalls of Spanish public speaking. Yet it's at El Valero, his beloved sheep farm, that Chris is most in his element as he, his wife Ana and their assorted dogs, cats and sheep weather a near calamitous flood and emerge as newly certified organic farmers. His cash crop? The lemons and oranges he once so blithely drove over, of course.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 240 pages
  • Editeur : Sort Of (4 juin 2014)
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  • ASIN: B00K4JT7GA
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Four-and-a-half stars. Only thing is you really ought to read the other three books first - all of which are a delight. Although if you've not read them, reading this will definitely get you wanting to read them. Conversely, having read the other three I thought this might be one book too many, but it isn't; it fills in some of the gaps. And it enhances the others with hugely funny, more in depth new stories of stuff that happened over time at El Valero. It also demonstrates how Mr Stewart's writing style has matured since 'Lemons...' Just wonderful stuff.
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I haven't quite finished this because I started to lose interest during the last story. The book is a another series of vignettes from Chris Stewart. Gentle but it feels like he is producing words to fill a book rather than having something of real interest to report.
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Par P. Dannequin le 12 septembre 2014
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Chris Stewart back on top form.
A must read for anyone who lives in Andalucía, would like to live in Andalucía or just dreams of it.
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HASH(0x981f13a8) étoiles sur 5 Disappointing, but Happy He Wrote Another 11 octobre 2014
Par Serena - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Don't read this one first. Read the other three starting with Driving Over Lemons. Then, if you need another Chris Stewart "fix" you can read this book when it's cheaper.

I'm guessing that these stories about his life in Spain are the ones that didn't seem interesting enough to be included in the other books. The other books each covered a particular period of time. This book jumps all over the place--which is fine, except I found it confusing. I often asked myself which book should this story have appeared in--first? second? third?

I found the story about giving a talk to a book club in another town memorable. The book club members were very disappointed
that he didn't bring his wife. It turned-out (supposedly) that she was the one they were really interested in seeing. Huh? I couldn't have told anyone her name until I opened this book and saw it in print again. And I never felt sorry for her that she was married to him as the ladies seemed to be.

Even though this book is a disappointment; I am glad he wrote it, but am sad he seems to be running out of "true" stories. I guess that happens to all of us eventually.
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HASH(0x981f15f4) étoiles sur 5 He continues to excel in this genre. 9 juin 2014
Par Jennifer Herrick-Weatherstone - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Who did not love Driving over Lemons? This is the 4th in the series and does not disappoint. Full of interesting anecdotes and great fun due to the author's wry observations on his fellow man. I am now going to re-read all his previous memoirs as I am reminded of the large cast of characters we grew so fond of in his other books. Well written super book! Thank you for the very entertaining read.
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HASH(0x981f15b8) étoiles sur 5 All change at El Valero 11 janvier 2015
Par Rebecca H - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have read all of Chris Stewart’s books and for me this is another winner. He is a born storyteller and an acute observer of all that goes on around him. His anecdotes are often laugh out loud funny – I particularly liked the incident involving the Critchley Road Primary School kids on their annual visit to Andalucia. You need to read the book to find out what they used to start the tractor. There is also an interesting chapter describing Rick Stein’s visit to El Valero and the effort involved in making a short tv programme! I love Chris’s gentle rather understated way of writing. His love for his farm and his love of the area ( The Alpujarras) shines through. It’s not an easy life and there are dangers and hardships to be faced when living in such a remote area. Also things change as time passes and now this book tells of Chloe’s move to university and how Chris and Ana deal with this. This is the best one yet – go and read it for youself! You won’t be disappointed.
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HASH(0x981f1b94) étoiles sur 5 I have read all Chris's books and really enjoy them all and thoroughly recommend them - it is ... 9 décembre 2014
Par Linda - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have read all Chris's books and really enjoy them all and thoroughly recommend them - it is great to have an update on his life in Spain with Last Days of the Bus Club - this is again a laugh out loud book and because some of the chapters are like self-contained stories I could encourage my husband (who tends to only read thrillers and war history books) to read a chapter (eg: Cures for Serpents) and he really enjoyed the bits of the book he read too. In Last Days of the Bus Club Chris also writes about meeting Rick Stein - and I've seen the Rick Stein programme in which Chris and Ana featured. Get this book - it's a great read and you'll be laughing out loud to his anecdotes and turn of phrase too!!
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HASH(0x981f1948) étoiles sur 5 last days of the bus club hopefully also last book in this series 5 août 2014
Par ann - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Driving over lemons is one of my all time favourite books. The subsequent offerings of Chris' life in the Alpejurras I also enjoyed despite the story getting repetitive. Not sure why he bothered with this one? Maybe to fulfill a publishing contract. I could stomach it halfway through the book and no further. One gets the impression Chris is scraping the bottom for story ideas. The snippets seem contrived and stilted, not his usual flowing and highly entertaining style. I only read it halfway to avoid tainting my fondness of Driving over Lemons forever.
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