Simon's journey from urbanite to self-sufficient smallholder is brimming with incidents - some funny and some tragic - leading him to question Mother Nature, himself, the food he eats and his role in it all. Which makes the transition from city life to self-sufficient smallholder slow, emotional and, for him, often confusing, but it is also beautiful, warming and laugh-out-loud funny.
So if you would like to spend time with an accidental smallholder who completely changed one drunken night in Devon, then join Simon, his wife and their extended family as they learn the truth of what it takes to live a self-sufficient life before eventually becoming as happy as the proverbial pigs in clover.
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By Mr William Dewar on 15-01-16
The Good Life?
What did you like most about Pigs in Clover?
I enjoyed being part of their world without having to take the plunge myself. The warts and all approach of the author gives all of us practically challenged potential off gridders some hope!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Pigs in Clover?
I loved the bit with the lamb in the hallway. I had to stop the car for safety reasons as I was laughing so much.
What does Ben Allen bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
I enjoyed his bright style of delivery and his timing.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Any of the moments where the animals were struggling especially the moment with his horse Bobby
Any additional comments?
Just downloaded the next instalment so looking forward to getting back on the land.
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