Imagine leaving one extreme living situation and moving into a polar-opposite existence. Picture saying good-bye to the hectic pace of Manhattan with eight million inhabitants, to go live on a tiny-island in a village of just fifty people! Tender, unique and delivered with a comic flair, Friday in France shares an inner-dialogue that world-travelers and dreamers will relate too. It will simply make you want to go and pack your bags.
And if you have never traveled to Europe, are relocating or thinking of spending a semester abroad, or taking a trip to France, this book will light your way with laughter.
Friday in France explores all the unique experiences that happen along the way going from the island of Manhattan to the island of Oléron. Quirky handsome surfers, romance, wine-fields and farmer's reports, as well as touching stories and character development unfold on each page. Perfect for someone who is about to travel and explore places unknown. It's a great read for anyone who is about to change their life and/or looking for the courage to do so. Brace yourself, because once you read Friday in France, you might just walk into work on Monday and quit! This humorous novel will certainly make it tempting.
Have you ever fantasized about having a romance that had you traveling the globe? Can you imagine falling in love with a Frenchman? Can you just picture walking away from everything you know and love, to live-out a different life? Friday in France is your chance to live vicariously through the author's real life experience.
Friday in France takes you back to an easier time in 1993 without cell phones, imminent terrorist attacks and the fast-paced world of the internet. This is a book that goes on a journey and takes the reader along for the ride. If you love arm-chair travel, or love to day-dream about daring life-adventures, this book is for you.
Have you ever thought of leaving your life behind to live on an exotic island? Dreamers who long to change their lives; those who adore travel and adventure; romantics and especially those who appreciate a good laugh will love Friday in France. It's like having an amazing visit with your best friend, all conveyed with a comedic knack; it echoes the tone of Bridget Jones' Diary and has the life-changing journey of Eat, Pray, Love, with the enviable backdrop, found in A Year in Provence and yet it is one of the most unique books you will ever read. Author, Judy Block is hilarious and her observations are astute.
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