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The authors incompetent early career as a Day Job Epub #226 gardener is hilariously reveale. Good easy light reading Will look for from Mark Wallington

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 The Day Job: Adventures of a Jobbing Gardener

D in The PDF this comic memoir His bizarre experiences among the hellebores and overgrown r. I absolutely loved this book I very much enjoyed 500 mile walkies by the same author and this was totally brilliant in a different way The anecdotes and reflections on the families with whom he works are just delightful and very touching And as an inspiring but novice gardener his experiences good bad and the steepness of his learning curve gave me huge amusement pleasure I now want to read everything Mark Wallington has written Thank you

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Ock roses The Day Job ePUB #180 of the middle classes are marvels of humour and eccentricit. As always Wallington contrives to right a book filled with interesting and colourful characters The book is steeped in the gentle humour for which the author is ell known When you finish the final page and put the book down it is like taking leave of dear friends If only the job had lasted into a second year


7 thoughts on “ The Day Job: Adventures of a Jobbing Gardener

  1. says:

    Good, easy, light reading. Will look for from Mark Wallington

  2. says:

    I can't believe there's not a review for this book, it's hilarious. Enough Said

  3. says:

    I absolutely loved this book. I very much enjoyed 500 mile walkies by the same author, and this was totally brilliant in a different way. The anecdotes and reflections on the families with whom he works are just delightful and very touching. And as an inspiring but novice gardener, his experiences, good & bad, and the steepness of his learni

  4. says:

    I've been a fan of Mark Wallington for years and I've read all of his books most two or times. As I have recently fallen into precisely this world I went back to this book and boy, did it resonate. The situations, the people, the gardens, th

  5. says:

    As always, Wallington contrives to right a book filled with interesting and colourful characters. The book is steeped in the gentle humour for which the author is ell known. When you finish the final page and put the book down, it is like taking leave of dear friends. If only the job had lasted into a second year

  6. says:

    In 1980, Mark Wallington was struggling unsucessfully to break into the world of comedy scriptwriting, so he decided to earn a living meanwhile as a jobbing gardener. The one small drawback was that he knew nothing whatsoever about gardening. However, he decided optimistically that he could learn on the job. so during the mornings he gardened, and during the afternoons he and his friend Dick wrote scripts and

  7. says:

    Great read couldn’t put the book down once I began reading it, and found his observations of various peoples gardens that he tended very interesting. He has a very wry sense of humour coupled with a real compassion for peoples worries.