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Enjoyably written by someone who knows and appreciates Italy, especially Tuscany.
Even her philosophical diversions are fun.
Definitely worth reading!
It read beautifully and has already been loaned to a friend. I've even tried one of the recipes. The book makes me want to travel .Published 21 months ago by Ann Jakins
If you can't get to Italy anytime soon, this novel will take you there!
The graphic detail of all the history, charm of the country side and fabulous food and wine give you a... Read more
Mayes is a treat. I loved this book as much as her previous Italy book; can't understand the attacks herein, but it doesn't matter. I love all of the Italian references. Read morePublished on Sept. 16 2003 by CoffeeGurl
This is a great book! It actually take you to a portal of Italy. Well written of Italian culture, Frances Mayes capture the bella of Italy. Read morePublished on April 19 2003 by "bellalivia"
OK--Many of the customers who wrote previous reviews about Bella Tuscany have some valid complaints. It is several chapters too long and we do get tired of Mayes' whining. Read morePublished on March 6 2003 by Cynthia K. Robertson
The Mother of the Tuscany books! The second in her series, about her home in Tuscany, not as good as the first but very good.Published on Feb. 23 2003 by D. G. Welch
SHE WRITES A GREAT BOOK ABOUT ITALY.
HAVING BEEN THERE I FEEL I AM GOING BACK AGAIN.
Just as good as the first book, this time the author focuses more on daily living in Tuscany, rather than the restoration of the house. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2003 by C. Hill