A Fête to Remember

  • Title: A Fête to Remember
  • Author: Julia Stagg
  • ISBN: 9781444764444
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • A F te to Remember It s summertime in the French Pyrenees and the mountain commune of Fogas is en f te But Christian Dupuy has no time for the frivolity of les vacances For a start he s just been struck by the arrows o
    It s summertime in the French Pyrenees and the mountain commune of Fogas is en f te But Christian Dupuy has no time for the frivolity of les vacances For a start, he s just been struck by the arrows of l amour and doesn t have a clue how to approach the woman who s stolen his heart.Then there is the not so small matter of local politics With moves afoot to wipe his commIt s summertime in the French Pyrenees and the mountain commune of Fogas is en f te But Christian Dupuy has no time for the frivolity of les vacances For a start, he s just been struck by the arrows of l amour and doesn t have a clue how to approach the woman who s stolen his heart.Then there is the not so small matter of local politics With moves afoot to wipe his community from the map, Christian has to enter the fray once to save the place that he cherishes.In the midst of a sweltering heatwave and with the residents of Fogas at each other s throats over their future, the lovesick and embattled deputy mayor must decide if all really is fair in love and war.

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    About Julia Stagg


    1. Julia Stagg has led a nomadic existence, spending most of her adult life abroad She is the author of the Fogas Chronicles Hodder set in the idyllic French Pyrenees Most recently, she has turned her hand to crime and is writing the Dales Detective Series Pan under the name of Julia Chapman The first in the Yorkshire set series makes its debut in March 2017 Contact her on facebook Julia Stagg or Dales Detective or on Twitter DalesWriter


    756 Comments


    1. Авторката набляга много на описанията на природата, до степен че ти се иска да я видиш. Френските автори за мен са много различни, повечето които съм чела. Стилово има огромна разлика между тях и английските . По-близко до моя вкус, обаче , са английските.

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    2. A Fete To Remember is the perfect book to read this summer, it combines community, love, friendship and dedication all together to make this fantastic book that I could help but fall in love with. It was also so nice to see how a community can pull together no matter the differences they have, to fight for their community and history. There is so much happening in Fogas this summer, the fete and the issues with the commune are just to name a couple. Being the deputy of Fogas Christian is trying [...]

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    3. pagetostagereviews/201The small commune of Fogas in the French Pyrenees is a source of unexpected romance, rebellious children, buried secrets and most of all plenty of drama. From the villagers' own escapades to local politicians putting the small town at risk as a proposed merger with a neighbouring village could lead to Fogas being absorbed completely and losing its own identity.I've been putting off writing this review, which is never a good sign. As soon as I opened the pages I realised thi [...]

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    4. A Fête to Remember is the fourth book in Julia's series of tales from the Pyrenean commune of Fogas. Over the years I've become a big fan of Julia's work and the anticipation and excitement to once again feast my eyes on the goings on of this community had me all tingly inside and from the first sentence I knew I wasn't going to be disappointed as I was already laughing. The ease at which my mind slipped back into Fogas is testament to Julia's skill as a writer, as despite it being a year since [...]

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    5. I was looking for a light, quick read before starting a book about WWII, especially since just finishing the Count of Monte Cristo and some other heavy books before this book. This book just proved to me once again that I don't do "candy floss" literature. Sooooo boring. Took me 150 pages to get into it. I was hoping to finish it in 2 days, as I was just needing a quick in-between book. In the end it took me a few days to complete as I kept on falling asleep (and I'm an insomniac who can read fo [...]

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    6. This series is the best I have read of its kind. If the stories were a soap on TV it would be a hit. The characters shine out with brilliance and you are swept into their lives and actually feel for them. My husband reads the books too and even he admits to crying in this latest story.

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    7. Enjoyed this book, unaware that it was part of a set, now need to read others in the set

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    8. Lovely to see everybody again. Glad that Serge is coming back to his old self. Looking forward to the next.

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    9. Local political shenanigans . I loved it.

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    10. More fun in Fogasd some nefarious doings and problems along the way. I always enjoy visiting with the inhabitants of Fogas, old and new. I love this series.

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