Mark Twain wrote: My conscience is more trouble and bother to me than anything else I started with.
#1 in Fresh Eggs And Dog Beds
Average Rating: 4.0
Nick and Lesley Albert yearn to leave the noise, stress, and pollution of modern Britain and move to the countryside, where the living is good, the air sweet, with space for their dogs to run free. Suddenly out of work and soon to be homeless, they set off in search of a new life in Ireland, a country they had never visited. As their adventure began to unfold, not everything went according to plan. If finding their dream house was difficult, buying it seemed almost impossible. How would they cope with banks that didn't want customers, builders who didn't need work, or the complex issue of where to buy some chickens?
This is a humorous, entertaining memoir. It might be more interesting to readers that are familiar with the geography and place locations mentioned in the narrative. My knowledge of this region is totally lacking, but I enjoyed the story anyway.
Andy Stevenson performs well. I didn't recognize his Irish accent as such, but he probably knows an Irish accent better than I, and his American accent was accurate. This is a pleasant listen indeed.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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