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Download The Young Country Doctor Book 3 Epub ´ Bilbury Revels ☆ ❮BOOKS❯ ✯ The Young Country Doctor Book 3: Bilbury Revels ⚡ Author Vernon Coleman – Danpashley.co.uk Bilbury Revels is the third in The Young Country Doctor series of books though it can be read as an individual title Bilbury Revels is the third in The Young Country Doctor series of books though it can be read as an individual title and continues the account of the doctor and his young wife Patsy who are settled happily at Bilbury Grange Disaster strikes during a long relentless storm which batters the village and blankets the whole area in a thick covering of snow The doctor nearly loses his life and the village schoolteacher loses her cottage roof The excitement really starts when the villagers join together to raise money to repair the devastated cottage Vernon Coleman describes an old fashioned music hall evening during which just about everything that can go wrong goes wrong and one of the funniest cricket matches ever described is reported in chapters 16 and 17 People's Friend magazine warned that this chapter was likely to produce so much uncontrollable laughter that it should not be read in public There is also a village produce show where the locals compete to find out who has grown the biggest and best vegetables And as if all that were not enough the doctor has to promote his first book He travels to London makes his first and hilarious television appearance and is invited to speak at a local village hall where things don't go entirely to plan Vernon Coleman's comic books have been compared to Jerome KJerome's classic Three Men in a Boat Vernon Coleman and his wife still lives in Bilbury as do Thumper Robinson and Patchy Fogg et alThis book was re edited in 2014`Settling down with Vernon Coleman's latest book set in the Devonshire village of Bilbury is the one of the best restorative treatments I know for relieving the stresses and strains of modern living' Lincolnshire Echo`Entertaining and amusing full of humour and sharp characterisation' Sunday Independent`Coleman handles the humour with the assured touch that comes from having already written a string of successful titles and manages to retain a heartwarming affection for his fellow man' Yorkshire Evening Post`Very readable funny and full of richly drawn characters' Southern Evening Echo`You can sniff the clean Devon air Dr Coleman harnesses the essence of village life with a wealth of characters and strings them along on a tide of gentle humour' Western Morning News`Set in 1971 the mixture of rural beauty human nature and the odd whisper of nostalgia make this book a real delight' Western GazetteVernon Coleman studied medicine at Birmingham University in England and is still a registered GP He has written over 100 books including many international bestsellers and his books which have sold over two million copies in hardback and paperback in the UK alone have been translated into 24 languages An award winning film starring Pauline Collins was made of his novel Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War His medical books include Bodypower and How To Stop Your Doctor Killing You Vernon Coleman has presented hundreds of TV and radio programmes and has written columns and articles for many of the world's leading newspapers and magazines What the papers say about Vernon Coleman and his booksVernon Coleman writes brilliant books The Good Book GuideNo thinking person can ignore him The EcologistA godsend Daily TelegraphSuperstar Independent on SundayBrilliant The PeopleCompulsive reading The GuardianThe man is a national treasure What doctors don't tell youRevered guru of medicine Nursing TimesIt's impossible not to be impressed Western Daily PressMarvellously succinct refreshingly sensible The SpectatorProbably one of the most brilliant men alive Irish TimesKing of the media docs The IndependentHis advice is optimistic and enthusiastic British Medical JournalHe writes lucidly and wittily Good HousekeepingThe patients' champion Birmingham PostBritain's leading medical author The StarBritain's leading health care campaigner The Sunetc I've read both of Young Country Doctor books one and two and enjoyed them however the main theme of book three changed and I found it lost my interest so I moved on to another book

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Bilbury Revels is the third in The Young Country Doctor series of books though it can be read as an individual title and continues the account of the doctor and his young wife Patsy who are settled happily at Bilbury Grange Disaster strikes during a long relentless storm which batters the village and blankets the whole area in a thick covering of snow The doctor nearly loses his life and the village schoolteacher loses her cottage roof The excitement really starts when the villagers join together to raise money to repair the devastated cottage Vernon Coleman describes an old fashioned music hall evening during which just about everything that can go wrong goes wrong and one of the funniest cricket matches ever described is reported in chapters 16 and 17 People's Friend magazine warned that this chapter was likely to produce so much uncontrollable laughter that it should not be read in public There is also a village produce show where the locals compete to find out who has grown the biggest and best vegetables And as if all that were not enough the doctor has to promote his first book He travels to London makes his first and hilarious television appearance and is invited to speak at a local village hall where things don't go entirely to plan Vernon Coleman's comic books have been compared to Jerome KJerome's classic Three Men in a Boat Vernon Coleman and his wife still lives in Bilbury as do Thumper Robinson and Patchy Fogg et alThis book was re edited in 2014`Settling down with Vernon Coleman's latest book set in the Devonshire village of Bilbury is the one of the best restorative treatments I know for relieving the stresses and strains of modern living' Lincolnshire Echo`Entertaining and amusing full of humour and sharp characterisation' Sunday Independent`Coleman handles the humour with the assured touch that comes from having already written a string of successful titles and manages to retain a heartwarming affection for his fellow man' Yorkshire Evening Post`Very readable funny and full of richly drawn characters' Southern Evening Echo`You can sniff the clean Devon air Dr Coleman harnesses the essence of village life with a wealth of characters and strings them along on a tide of gentle humour' Western Morning News`Set in 1971 the mixture of rural beauty human nature and the odd whisper of nostalgia make this book a real delight' Western GazetteVernon Coleman studied medicine at Birmingham University in England and is still a registered GP He has written over 100 books including many international bestsellers and his books which have sold over two million copies in hardback and paperback in the UK alone have been translated into 24 languages An award winning film starring Pauline Collins was made of his novel Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War His medical books include Bodypower and How To Stop Your Doctor Killing You Vernon Coleman has presented hundreds of TV and radio programmes and has written columns and articles for many of the world's leading newspapers and magazines What the papers say about Vernon Coleman and his booksVernon Coleman writes brilliant books The Good Book GuideNo thinking person can ignore him The EcologistA godsend Daily TelegraphSuperstar Independent on SundayBrilliant The PeopleCompulsive reading The GuardianThe man is a national treasure What doctors don't tell youRevered guru of medicine Nursing TimesIt's impossible not to be impressed Western Daily PressMarvellously succinct refreshingly sensible The SpectatorProbably one of the most brilliant men alive Irish TimesKing of the media docs The IndependentHis advice is optimistic and enthusiastic British Medical JournalHe writes lucidly and wittily Good HousekeepingThe patients' champion Birmingham PostBritain's leading medical author The StarBritain's leading health care campaigner The Sunetc Not the best of his books I like it when he is a doctor and not pulling stunts and inebriated Such underhand ways of deali g with people not from Bilbury is disappointing and not as compassionate as the doctor is made out to be When someone tries so hard to be witty and funny it looses the plain and simple values of the villagers

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The Young Country Doctor Book 3 Bilbury RevelsBilbury Revels is the third in The Young Country Doctor series of books though it can be read as an individual title and continues the account of the doctor and his young wife Patsy who are settled happily at Bilbury Grange Disaster strikes during a long relentless storm which batters the village and blankets the whole area in a thick covering of snow The doctor nearly loses his life and the village schoolteacher loses her cottage roof The excitement really starts when the villagers join together to raise money to repair the devastated cottage Vernon Coleman describes an old fashioned music hall evening during which just about everything that can go wrong goes wrong and one of the funniest cricket matches ever described is reported in chapters 16 and 17 People's Friend magazine warned that this chapter was likely to produce so much uncontrollable laughter that it should not be read in public There is also a village produce show where the locals compete to find out who has grown the biggest and best vegetables And as if all that were not enough the doctor has to promote his first book He travels to London makes his first and hilarious television appearance and is invited to speak at a local village hall where things don't go entirely to plan Vernon Coleman's comic books have been compared to Jerome KJerome's classic Three Men in a Boat Vernon Coleman and his wife still lives in Bilbury as do Thumper Robinson and Patchy Fogg et alThis book was re edited in 2014`Settling down with Vernon Coleman's latest book set in the Devonshire village of Bilbury is the one of the best restorative treatments I know for relieving the stresses and strains of modern living' Lincolnshire Echo`Entertaining and amusing full of humour and sharp characterisation' Sunday Independent`Coleman handles the humour with the assured touch that comes from having already written a string of successful titles and manages to retain a heartwarming affection for his fellow man' Yorkshire Evening Post`Very readable funny and full of richly drawn characters' Southern Evening Echo`You can sniff the clean Devon air Dr Coleman harnesses the essence of village life with a wealth of characters and strings them along on a tide of gentle humour' Western Morning News`Set in 1971 the mixture of rural beauty human nature and the odd whisper of nostalgia make this book a real delight' Western GazetteVernon Coleman studied medicine at Birmingham University in England and is still a registered GP He has written over 100 books including many international bestsellers and his books which have sold over two million copies in hardback and paperback in the UK alone have been translated into 24 languages An award winning film starring Pauline Collins was made of his novel Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War His medical books include Bodypower and How To Stop Your Doctor Killing You Vernon Coleman has presented hundreds of TV and radio programmes and has written columns and articles for many of the world's leading newspapers and magazines What the papers say about Vernon Coleman and his booksVernon Coleman writes brilliant books The Good Book GuideNo thinking person can ignore him The EcologistA godsend Daily TelegraphSuperstar Independent on SundayBrilliant The PeopleCompulsive reading The GuardianThe man is a national treasure What doctors don't tell youRevered guru of medicine Nursing TimesIt's impossible not to be impressed Western Daily PressMarvellously succinct refreshingly sensible The SpectatorProbably one of the most brilliant men alive Irish TimesKing of the media docs The IndependentHis advice is optimistic and enthusiastic British Medical JournalHe writes lucidly and wittily Good HousekeepingThe patients' champion Birmingham PostBritain's leading medical author The StarBritain's leading health care campaigner The Sunetc Ending was boring