Au Revoir

Au Revoir

by Mary Moody

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Overview

Au Revoir by Mary Moody

Popular gardening writer and television presenter Mary Moody is part of a generation of women who 'had it all'. At fifty, her life was full, with a fulfilling career, a husband, children and even grandchildren. The only thing missing was time for herself, a chance to reflect on life and its meaning-so Mary decided to say au revoir. For six glorious months, she left her work, family and friends to live on her own in the South of France.

Au Revoir is the story of Mary's solo journey. It is funny, warm and reflective, as Mary adapts to life as a single person in one of the most delightful parts of rural France. Revelling in the food, seasons and characters she encounters, Mary's book will strike a chord with every woman managing a busy life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781741973488
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia
Publication date: 11/10/2007
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
File size: 398 KB

About the Author

Mary Moody is a prolific gardening author. Her books include The Good Life (1995) and A Gardener's Companion (2001). Every year Mary leads treks to the Himalayas and other parts of the world to observe native flora. She divides her time between her homes in country NSW and south-west France. Mary's latest book, Last Tango in Toulouse will be published in October 2003.

Mary Moody has been a prolific gardening author and a former presenter on ABC TV's Gardening Australia and Channel 9's The Catch-Up. But it is her series of memoirs which have made her one of the best loved non-fiction authors in Australia. These books include Au Revoir: Running Away From Home at Fifty (2001), Last Tango in Toulouse (2003), The Long Hot Summer (2005) and finally Sweet Surrender: Love, Life and the Whole Damn Thing. She has also written a part travelogue/part history/part culinary adventure book, Lunch with Madame Murat, with photographer Vivienne Cole which she made into a film that screened on SBS.

Mary divides her year between farming geese near Bathurst in New South Wales and her house in southern France.
For information on Mary's walking tours through South West France please contact World Expeditions on 1300 720 000 or www.worldexpeditions.com.

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