- 'This diary, written by my late husband Ernest Postlethwaite, has been published expressly against his wishes, but with the full and hearty endorsement of my family and friends.' -
From the introduction to Part One by
This second instalment of Ernest Postlethwaite's ground-breaking journal charters the continuing progress of a man on a mission to achieve cultural and linguistic integration in a small village in southern Spain.
As summer approaches, our hero finds himself confronted by undesirable interruptions to the smooth running of his new life, in the shape of summer visitors.
How will a man so tethered to the soil and immersed in the life of his new country cope with this alien invasion?
This unadulterated manuscript will bring tears to the eyes of the most hard-hearted amongst us, as we follow his footsteps even further into the great unknown.
(This is a fictional diary.)
By the same author: 'Barry Braithwaite's Last Life', 'The Year that Crime Paid', and 'Thirty Brief Tales from England and Spain'
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