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More, More France Please. Helena Frith Powell

3.11 of 5 stars 3.11  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  7 reviews
This title is a humorous biographical account of how to set up life successfully in France and avoid the mistakes of those who have gone before, by the French Mistress of The Sunday Times.
Paperback, 382 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Gibson Square Books (first published November 12th 2004)
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Englishchick
Dreadful book. I love books about France, being a Brit married to a Frenchman, living in France and enjoy having a chuckle at traits that I recognize. There are factual inacurracies throughout this book, starting on the first page. Ms Frith Powell talks non stop about her rich and sucessful friends, is very much based on an ex-pat, upper middle class (monnied) lifestyle, rather than normal every day life in France.
Winterwarrior99
Good book with lots of humour describing moving to France from UK and the differences, challenges and how to live with them / get around issues. Describes the legal and practical aspects of establishing your family in a new (although very close and similar in many ways) country.
Erica
very euro (brit) centric with the analogies between cultures. formatting of content is unusual. overall worth reading
Wendy
Great book to read before you think about moving to France.
Malfana
One word: Boring! Didn't even finish it.
Aimee
didn't like it as much as the other two.
Anki
Sep 15, 2009 Anki rated it 2 of 5 stars
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Helena Frith Powell used to write the French Mistress column in The Sunday Times about living in France. She has also been a regular contributor to the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Daily Telegraph, the Sunday Telegraph, Tatler Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar.

Helena is the author of More France Please, we’re British, a book published in November 2004 by Gibson Square Books about her experiences in Fran
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