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The Lord God Made Them All summary The Lord God Made Them All, series The Lord God Made Them All, book The Lord God Made Them All, pdf The Lord God Made Them All, The Lord God Made Them All 9d3d515b31 With Each Book Embraceable Than The Last, James Herriot Once Again Brings Us The Magical Beauty Of Yorkshire Through His Heartwarming Experiences As A Country Veterinarian These New Stories Provide A Grand Finale To The Wonderful Books That Began With All Creatures Great And SmallIt Is Just After World War II, And James Has Returned From The RAF To Do Battle With The Diseases And Injuries That Befall The Farm Animals And Pets Of Skeldale And The Surrounding Moors Four Year Old Jimmy Herriot, Humphrey Cobb And His Little Beagle Myrtle, Norman The Book Loving Veterinary Assistant, And Many New Faces Join Old Favorites Among The Green Hills Of Yorkshire, As James Takes An Unforgettable Voyage To Russia On A Freighter With Pedigreed Sheep Touching Our Hearts With Laughter And Wisdom, Lifting Our Spirits With Compassion And Goodness, James Herriot Never Fails To Delight


10 thoughts on “The Lord God Made Them All

  1. says:

    I know that for some readers, James Herriot s later memoirs are seemingly not quite as enjoyable as his earlier stories, but that has really never been the case with and for me, as I for one have ALWAYS found both his earlier and his later veterinarian tales his remembrances equally readable and entertaining, equally delightful and often tenderly and emotionally poignant but with also a critical and satirical eye towards both humanity and our domestic animals, our pets, with the author, with James Herriot also not ever sparing himself and his nearest and dearest with regard to humour and occasional criticisms.And for me, personally, I have to say that the most delighful and sweetly entertaining episodes of The Lord God Made Them All aside from of course the multitude of animal veterinarian care amd treatment stories both funny and sad, with both positive, successful and sometimes negative, sad and tragic outcomes have been James Herriot s journal like entries describing his voyages as a supervisory veterinarian to Russia and then later to Istanbul, and with especially the descriptions of his voyage by ship to Klaipeda, Russia, always having been one of my absolute favourite All Creatures Great and Small series sequences and James Herriot s escapades travelling to Turkey, to Istanbul, on a clearly not all that air worthy any cargo plane and almost getting stranded there, while perhaps not quite as engaging and as hunourously entertaining in description and depiction as the trip to Russia, these still do rank amongst my personal favourites, simply because the episodes so evocatively show how even in the 1960s, air travel was still a relatively novel and often difficult mode of transportation and thus not in any way as easy, as comfortable and yes as safe as it is now, and for both passenger and cargo services Highly recommended, and although it has definitely always bothered me somewhat that the author obviously and with a rather heavy hand talked his daughter Rosemary out of becoming a veterinarian unlike son Jimmy , I do indeed much appreciate that James Herriot or rather of course Alfred Wight is contrite and regretful with regard to this, that he takes personal responsibility for his behaviour and his actions and is candidly self critical about having basically in many ways bullied Rosie into giving up trying to beccome an animal doctor so she became a people doctor instead.


  2. says:

    I simply love James Herriots heartwarming books When my children were small, we read and re read the children s version of the Herriot books, a beautifully illustrated Treasury, which I highly recommend We all loved the stories, our son especially Herriot s descriptions of Yorkshire are so wonderful that he made us want to visit So a few years ago, on our trip to England, we spent a few nights in Thirsk known as Darrowby in his books and we visited the Herriot Museum The World of James Herriot The museum is the actual surgery where the stories take place We stayed at a cozy little BB in Thirsk The owners grew up knowing James Herriott, who lived down the street with his family They re friends with the Herriott children not children any and went to school together We took this picture of the church where James Herriot and his wife got married It s just down the street from the Herriot Museum Some of my favorite quotes I only half realised at the time how lucky I was I had a demanding, round the clock job, and yet I had the company of my children at the same time So many men work so hard to keep the home going that they lose touch with the families who are at the heart of it, but it never happened to me Both Jimmy and Rosie, until they went to school, spent most of their time with me round the farms Parents are never sure that they have done the right thing They can only do what they think is right Maybe ye don t know it, Mr Herriot, but this is the best time of your life Do you think so Aye, there s no doubt about it When your children are young and growin up around ye that s when it s best It s the same for everybody, only a lot o folk don t know it and a lot find out when it s too late It doesn t last long, you know There are great days ahead


  3. says:

    I have to admit that this is my least favorite Herriot book of the four I have read this month.Oh, it had its moments of glory, such as the piano recital scene, Jimmy getting his farmer boots, the case of Fred the junk yard man s cat, Brandy the garbage diving Labrador, and a few others But I just couldn t get too interested in Herriot s trips to Russia and Istanbul as caretaker for animals being sent overseas I couldn t keep my focus in those chapters At least the trip to Istanbul was related in consecutive chapters The one to Russia was scattered between the usual stories of the Yorkshire Dales farm country and I was surprised every time it showed up As a matter of fact, the whole book seemed to be tossed together, rather than thought out and well connected I feel almost rude to say that, because there were some grand stories, but overall I simply did not enjoy this one as much as the previous three This book ends with the sense of a true final chapter, and I know from other reading that this was the last planned book, but that later Herriot did write one I am about to start that one now, the final lap of my Herriot marathon.


  4. says:

    James Herriot is one of the few authors that I will read repeatedly I mean I will pick up a copy of one of his books that I have read before and read it again as I know those same stories will again make me laugh and cry and feel positive about the human race I love animals, the real gift here is making me love people too My James Herriot books are precious to me.


  5. says:

    If you haven t read these, you are sooooo missing out It s only 2.99 Invest in your soul Go get one now.


  6. says:

    Herriot never disappoints If I had to choose one of his books that is the weakest, it would be this one The stories and characters are not quite as memorable as in his other books, and there are some rather off topic chapters about that in a bit But even if it is the weakest of the five, it is still a touching, engaging, funny, and perceptive book It picks up right where All Things Wise and Wonderful left off, with Herriot coming home from the RAF It chronicles life post war, and the picking up of dropped threads It jumps a bit, and several years seem to vanish without a trace Suddenly, Siegfried and Tristan are both married and moved out of Skeldale House As with his other books, the chronology bounces around, but that never really bothered me except that I d love to hear about how when to whom Siegfried and Tristan got married This book chronicles his children, Jim and Rosie, as young children, and includes a story about a neglected boy and his dog that made me want to move to the country and adopt a bunch of kids and give each of them a rescued puppy Herriot s gifted that way.The chapters I felt were off topic were where he intersperses entries from his diaries from his trips to Russia and Istanbul They were very clearly lightly edited and less polished than the rest of his work They also didn t seem terribly germane They were not intriguing or well written enough to help me overcome my feeling of Yeah, yeah, but can we get back to Darrowby already That being said, even these chapters are awful, or bad, or anything They just made me read fast to get back to what I felt was the meat of the book his life as a vet in Yorkshire.


  7. says:

    A lovely memoir by a Scottish veterinary doctor living in Yorkshire.


  8. says:

    I was supposed to have devoted my day to Bill Bryson s At Home today, since I ve got about 450 pages to get through between now and when my book group meets on Monday, but Christoper Timothy reading James Herriot is just too addicting Herriot s hundredth birthday was this week, so I had to mark the occasion by indulging in this volume No regerts


  9. says:

    I read the entire James Herriot series as a teenager, and loved them all I would recommend them for anyone who loves animals and animal stories.


  10. says:

    5 21 17 Kindle Daily Deal 1.99


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