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eBook Todo in Tuscany: the dog at the villa ePub

by Louise Badger

  • ISBN: 1444708279
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Louise Badger
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd (2012)
  • ePub book: 1220 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1714 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 189

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Todo in Tuscany book.

Todo in Tuscany book. A dream house in Tuscany. and a dog named Todo. It’s meant to be a book about Todo, a dog that Louise Badger and Lawrence Kershaw inherited when they moved to a house in Tuscany, but really it’s a book about Louise and Lawrence, and their adventures in Italy. They are such a lovely couple. I want to go to dances with them - ‘Sagra di Zuppa di Frantoiana’ or Sagra di I got this book for a bedtime read.

Goodreads members who liked Todo in Tuscany: The Do. .Surprising and revelatory non-fiction from a talented young writer whose last book, Cataract City, was shortlisted for the Giller Prize and the Trillium Book Prize, and was a Globe Best Book an. ore.

by Louise Badger (Author), Lawrence Kershaw (Author). I bought this book because it was set in Tuscany in Italy & near Lucca, which I know well. However, I was soon caught up in Todo's story. He was originally the pet of the previous owner, (who had died) & he had been alone for two long years.

Todo in Tuscany : the dog at the villa. Louise Badger and Lawrence Kershaw first met in 1986 when working on opposite sides of the music business. Ciao Amalfi! Todo in Tuscany is one of the most touching books I've read in a long time. za The perfect 'feel-good' story. A whirlwind romance ensued and they were married in 1987.

A dream house in Tuscany.

Todo in Tuscany: the dog at the villa (Paperback). This enchanting book is worth a place in anyone's library but it is a must for dog lovers and Italiaphiles. Louise Badger (author), Lawrence Kershaw (author). In fact, their plans to move from London were barely formed. but there was something enchanting about the dog waiting at the gates. If they were honest, they wanted Todo - the scruffy dog with the huge grin - as much as they wanted the house. London Dog Forum The perfect 'feel-good' story.

A dream house in Tuscany and a dog named Todo. Todo had been waiting at Poggiolino since his mistress died over two years before. The house lay empty and neglected and yet he wouldn't leave. With Todo as their faithful companion they began to restore Poggiolino to life, unlocking her secrets and giving Todo, their beloved dog, a second chance.

Louise Badger, Lawrence Kershaw. The house lay empty and neglected and yet he wouldn’t leave. He seemed to know that someday the right people would come along and make it a home again. but there was something enchanting about the dog waiting at the gates

ISBN13:9781444708301.

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Comments

Doriel Doriel
I bought this book because it was set in Tuscany in Italy & near Lucca, which I know well. Also it was about relocating to a foreign country &the trials & tribulations of renovating a home. However, I was soon caught up in Todo's story. He was originally the pet of the previous owner, (who had died) & he had been alone for two long years. Louise & Lawrence are wonderful storytellers & you feel as if you are sharing their relationship with this incredible dog. A touching story of their new life in Italy & of the people they meet through their lovable dog. I thoroughly enjoyed it & highly recommend you read it too.
Xanzay Xanzay
Todo was a great main character and the setting in Tuscany and the Italian culture were both interesting and enjoyable. If you are a pet lover, as were Todo's loving owners you will enjoy this story which was sad but heart warming.
Steelrunner Steelrunner
I purchased this book for 99 year old lady who had travelled in Italy and still has a lot of friends there, she just loved this book . Thank you to both authors!!!
Faehn Faehn
A lovely story.
Hbr Hbr
I've just finished reading this wonderfully heart-warming book and, even though there's already a number of reviewers here admirably extolling the story's virtues, I nevertheless felt compelled to add myself to their ranks. I'm not completely sure why. Maybe, after two weeks of reading a chapter every morning, (to allow my vicarious Tuscan experience to last as long as possible),.... I've somehow come to feel almost like an invisible 'fourth member' of this lovely household. Now once again back in the real world, I find myself feeling a kind of 'family loyalty' pushing me to express my appreciation for the author's sharing of an experience which is both highly unusual, and deeply endearing.

I feel there's probably already been enough plot detail provided in the other reviews here so I felt that to add any more would not only be superfluous but, (even worse), would be to risk diminishing the freshness of the experience for those fortunate readers who still have this unexplored literary pleasure lying ahead of them. All I can suggest to you is, " Do take a chance on reading this genuinely touching book. It will be a decision I think you'll never, ever regret."