Chickens, Mules and Two Old Fools by By Victoria Twead is amazing!
My review follows Twead’s blurb on Amazon.
**Wall Steet Journal Top 10 bestseller**
**New York Times bestselling author**
“If Joe and Vicky had known what relocating to a tiny mountain village in Andalucía would REALLY be like, they might have hesitated…
They have no idea of the culture shock in store. No idea they’ll become reluctant chicken farmers and own the most dangerous cockerel in Spain. No idea they’ll help capture a vulture or be rescued by a mule.
Will they stay, or return to the relative sanity of England?
Includes Spanish recipes donated by the village ladies.”
The Telegraph– “a colourful glimpse of Andalucían life. And a psychopathic chicken or two…charming…funny”
I loved this book and am excited to read the rest of Twead’s books in this series. What did I NOT like about this book? Nothing! Aside from being extremely well-written, Twead finely wove this tale and added the right humorous punch when needed. I love reading about ex-pats in new countries and I wasn’t let down. This travel memoir is purely entertaining, funny, full of pictures, and visions of what happened in the course of five or so years. Five stars!