The Dirty Life
On Farming, Food, and LoveBook - 2010
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City gal meets country boy and sparks fly, but is attraction enough to keep two different people together when they're building a farm and a life together?
AL_KATI Sep 13, 2017
I particularly enjoyed the author's writing style. It felt fresh and simple. I loved every page because it isn't just about starting a farm but the author's internal journey to figure out who she is in relation to her husband and the land. Highly recommend, especially if you've always wanted to h... Read More »
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I really enjoyed this book and since I'm currently reading a series of "green" books related to gardening and sustainability, it fits right in. The author completely changes her NYC lifestyle to live with and eventually marry a farmer who believes in living off the land; literally "the dirty life."
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