All Good Things

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HarperCollins, May 1, 2013 - Biography & Autobiography - 336 pages
Before EAT, PRAY, LOVE there was ALMOST FRENCH. Australian Sarah Turnbull's wryly observant and hugely entertaining fish-out-of-water story became an international bestseller, with more than 200,000 copies sold in Australia alone. Now Sarah shares the eagerly awaited next chapter of her story, in a very different paradise on earth, A beautiful story of love and longing, from Paris to Tahiti... For many people, finding the love of your life and moving to Paris would come pretty close to having it all. Having shared her story in the bestselling Almost French, Sarah turnbull seemed to have had more than her fair share of dreams come true. But there was still one dream she was beginning to fear might be impossible. then out of the blue an opportunity to embark on another adventure offers a new beginning - and new hope. Leaving Paris behind was never going to be easy. But it helps when your destination is known as paradise on earth, tahiti... 'An entertaining and heartfelt memoir recounting the joys of adventure and family life' Publishers Weekly 'Perceptive, evocative ... deeply touching' Booklist

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This book was beautifully written- the reader dives with Sarah, swims laps in the lagoon, and encounters Polynesians and ex-pats in this somewhat isolated world. Her efforts to become pregnant ... Read full review

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Sarah Turnbull is such a great writer - its there in the way way she describes Tahiti, her relationship with her family, her observations about people and activities and environments. But for me, the ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

The author of the bestselling memoir, ALMOST FRENCH, which sold more than 200,000 copies in Australia alone, Sarah Turnbull is a former television journalist with SBS, who started working as a freelance writer in print media after moving to France from Sydney in 1994. While in Paris she wrote regularly for the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD'S GOOD WEEKEND, TRAVEL & LEISURE and THE AUSTRALIAN MAGAZINE. In the 1998 MPA awards she was named Feature Writer of the Year for three investigative stories published in MARIE CLAIRE. After moving from Paris to Tahiti, where she lived for three and a half years, she now lives in Sydney.

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