Come, Tell Me How You Live
Publish date: April 10th 2012
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
Pages no: 205
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, Biography Memoir
Someone on Twitter (can’t remember who!) mentioned this memoir of Christie’s years as an archaeologist–or archaeologist’s wife? I found that it’s a gentler and more witty version of Christie’s writing, full of funny stories about herself and the others in the expedition. Also, sadly, full of paterna...
I love Agatha Christie. I love archaeology. This was the perfect combination of the two.I love how Agatha writes while Max does his archaeology thing as well as he does. I love that they're a team and a partnership. I love how she finds inspiration in what he does and how she catches the bug for...
Light and enjoyable. Supplying in London before the trip and modom is given the raised eyebrow. Old cars packed to the gunnels with extra supplies tied on the top being driven by hired drivers who can't drive. Writing rooms being kept extra quiet, thank you. Food of questionable quality. Dogs. Passi...
This is a witty book written in the first person, chronicling Christie's trek across various archaeological digs in the Middle East with her husband, and all the insanity that ensues when a proper British woman meets an unfamiliar way of life.
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