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I love all of James Herriot's books. Funny, heartwarming, so entertaining.
A great book! I love James Herriot\'s way of writing!
This series leaves me speechless. Every word Herriot shares with the reader is a treat. One of the few audiobooks I will keep and reread (re-listen) to. And the reader is wonderful.
The stories of this veterinary surgeon are inspired and well written; Christopher Timothy's performance is superb. A favorite audiobook.
Excellent book. What an author James Herriot was. I could read a thousand of his books. Funny.
Fantastic stories and wonderful insight in to people. The reader couldn't be better. I highly recommend James Herriot books to all animal lovers.
This book like the 1st 2 of this series that I listened to was wonderful. So fun and the reader just couldn,t have been better he made the story just come alive
Heart warming stories to keep you smiling and laughing. Having lived around livestock, I can truly relate to many of his stories. I love this book.
This book is an excellent read! I would recommend it to all people who love animals. It made me tear up quite a few times, and made me laugh outloud on numerous occasions... I "read" audiobooks in my car on my way to work, and, believe it or not, I was actually looking forward to my 1hr commute while "reading" this book! One thing that bothered me a bit is the narrator's accent. Since English is not my native language, I had difficlties understanding him at times. However, I don't think it would pose any problem for native speakers.
A very heart warming book. Because of the heavy British/Irish accent, it wasn't until the second CD that I realized the author's talking about being a vet. I drive 2 hours to work daily and I was teary most of the way. It's a great reading for animal lovers.
James Herriot's best-selling series of memoirs includes "All Creatures Great and Small, All Things Bright and Beautiful, All Things Wise and Wonderful, The Lord God Made Them All, "and "Every Living Thing. "His veterinary practice in Yorkshire, England, is now tended by his son, Jim Wight.