Part sequel and part prequel to "Driving Over Lemons", these are the further (mis)adventures of Chris and his family in their remote Andalusian farm and a look back on Chris's previous lives, including drumming with Genesis, shearing sheep in midwinter Sweden and learning flamenco guitar.
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It is everything that made the first book so hugely successful - endearing, heartwarming, self-deprecating, sometimes surreal. ( Evening Standard)About the Author:
Chris Stewart shot to fame with Driving Over Lemons (9780956003805) - Sort Of Books' launch title in 1999. Funny, insightful and real, the book told the story of how he bought a peasant farm on the wrong side of the river, with its previous owner still resident. It became an international bestseller and with its sequels - A Parrot in the Pepper Tree and The Almond Blossom Appreciation Society - it has sold more than a million copies in the UK alone. Chris prepared for life on his Spanish mountain farm with jobs of doubtful relevance. He was the original drummer in Genesis (he played on the first album), then joined a circus, learnt how to shear sheep, went to China to write the Rough Guide, gained a pilot's license in Los Angeles, and completed a course in French cooking. Three Ways to Capsize a Boat fills in his lost years as a yacht skipper in the Greek islands. Despite the extraordinary success of his books, Chris, his wife Ana, and their daughter Chloë, continue to live on their farm, with their numerous dogs, cats, chickens, sheep and misanthropic parrot.
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