Animal Instincts

Animal Instincts Following the death of his father the owner of East Yarmouth Animal Sanctuary Kit Lavery returns to Britain from Australia to sort out his father s affairs His visit is intended to be brief but on

  • Title: Animal Instincts
  • Author: Alan Titchmarsh
  • ISBN: 9780743478489
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
  • Following the death of his father, the owner of East Yarmouth Animal Sanctuary, Kit Lavery returns to Britain from Australia to sort out his father s affairs His visit is intended to be brief, but on arrival at the down at heel animal sanctuary, Kit finds it staffed by two very determined women Elizabeth Punch and Jess Supple Elizabeth is a woman with a mission to savFollowing the death of his father, the owner of East Yarmouth Animal Sanctuary, Kit Lavery returns to Britain from Australia to sort out his father s affairs His visit is intended to be brief, but on arrival at the down at heel animal sanctuary, Kit finds it staffed by two very determined women Elizabeth Punch and Jess Supple Elizabeth is a woman with a mission to save animals from inconsiderate man And Jess Supple has one burning desire to keep alive the work of the old man who took her under his wing when she was a placard waving hunt saboteur As the two women cajole, berate and demand that Kit stay and carry on his father s good work, he finds life becoming increasingly complicated And when GM crop trials are proposed in the fields surrounding his farm, his scruples are tested to the limit, and not everyone is happy with his decision It seems that blood may be spilt before the Animal Sanctuary, with its assorted inhabitants, is out of the woods

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    282 thoughts on “Animal Instincts”

    1. I love Alan Titchmarsh as a presenter; will not hear anything against the man. But this is the first book of his I have read and I can't say I was terribly impressed. I don't think the book was terribly well written and it was all just a little too glib and convenient in plot development.What's worse, while I do enjoy the odd bedroom scene in a book, unfortunately this was narrated in my head by Mr Titchmarsh himself it just felt indecent!!I think I'll be sticking to his gardening publications f [...]


    2. Carried on until page 87 and then thought, what's the point in going on with this story so gave up. I got this book off free-cycle so the previous owners obviously weren't that attached to it either!!It wasn't appalling, but there was just nothing making me want to read it - not the characters, not the plot, not anything! I kept wondering when the humour mentioned on the back cover would begin - Rosamunde Pilcher even claiming it made her laugh out loud. I obviously never got to the funny bit!



    3. This is a terrible book which I read this afternoon at work. It had been abandoned in a corner which is the best place for it. Yet!! Fuck me, but it's so bad I laughed til I cried. So, maybe even Jinty O'Hare has a place in this world :D


    4. Enjoyed this as a light read to relax in the evening. A kind of ‘People’s Friend’ story. Harmless, and everything turns out right in the end.


    5. A nice relaxing readA well thoughtful read and how life isn't as straight forward as we would like it to be. Liked the way it twists and turns right to the end. Could even visualize the beautiful Devon country side.


    6. As I now have to drive to work and no longer have the pleasure of reading on the train I have decided to give audio books a go and this book by Alan Titchmarsh is my second one. Unfortunately I have to agree with some other reviewers as the writing although not awful was not that good either and the story was weak. Sorry but listening to Alan reading his own story, with what I felt was no emotion in his voice, didn't help the story. The worse bit was Alan reading the love scenes which made my to [...]


    7. A very gentle book about a man who returns to Britain from Australia to sort out his recently deceased father's estate. While it covers some difficult subjects, such as Altzheimers disease, a potential suicide, banning of hunting and conservation, it does so as part of a quiet and slow plot. While the writing isn't wonderful, it is not awful either, and I enjoyed listening to Titchmarsh read his book.


    8. Enjoyable read if a little boring. It may be just me but found some of the characters behaviour very frustrating and not really believable. Ending of the story was not believable to me. Also, a few of the reveals at the end of the book were fairy obvious from the start and found it hard to believe that they weren't obvious to the main character.


    9. It started out promisingly, and I was quite enjoying it but somehow the end seemed rushed and I really could not connect to it. It was likeokayokayokaywhat? the premise is really nice though, however could have been explored way better.


    10. If you read his books anyway this is still a fun and well written book. Can honestly say I don't have any trouble in being swept into his books. Don't believe what you read about it being hard to get into. Read some of his other books then go back. Fab!


    11. I loved listening to Alan read his own story. His voice is so soothing and interesting. The story itself want awful. But not life changing either.





    12. Maybe better stick to gardening, nice guy but I reckon even I could write something as good as this! It was pedestrian, sometimes it stimulated the interest but often lacked it.


    13. well, I didn't have any high expectations of this. It was getting to be a bit boring so I applied the "life is too short and you have 42 books on your to-be-read-shelf" rule.


    14. Gentle (for the most part) romantic romp set in the English countryside but not afraid to include issues such as nature conservation, fox hunting, dementia and euthanasia.


    15. Better than the last lighthouse keeper. Some interesting humour. Still v. Lightweight almost holiday chicklit.



    16. Great character descriptions and a mass of emetions and feelings and wonderful landscape descriptions. Pleasure and light read after a busy day.



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