Vets Might Fly

Vets Might Fly

A few months of married bliss, a lovers' nest in Darrowby and the wonders of home cooking are rudely interrupted for James Herriot by the Second World War. James Herriot's fifth volume of memoirs relocates him to a training camp somewhere in England....

Title:Vets Might Fly
ISBN:9780330443586
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    Vets Might Fly Reviews

  • Sharon

    Vets Might Fly is the fifth book in the All Creatures Great And Small series and what a fabulous series it has been. In this book we follow vet James Harriet as he sets out on his RAF training. James ...

  • Katie Jenks

    239 pages. I love this book. It is not my favorite in the series though because there is a lot of focus on James' military career. He does talk about other funny vet stories in his book though. I thin...

  • Robert Day

    Funny and heartwarming stories about a rural vet that nothing I could say here would give you the remotest flavour of how wonderful and real these stories are so ignore everything I say and just go ou...

  • Judith Johnson

    Only three books to left in my box set, alas!...

  • Barry Haworth

    I've been reading a few Herriot books lately, and this one is more of the same. Very entertaining, light reading, this time covering the period when Herriot was training with the RAF, a period which i...

  • Wrong Train, Right Time

    James Herriot's books are semi-autobiographical accounts of life as a country veterinarian in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. They consist of fairly short chapters, most of which are focused on a case of par...

  • Susie

    This is the second of two James Herriot books that I picked up for next to nothing in a second-hand bookshop. I’d dabbled with a bit of Herriot as a young teen, sneaking away my mum’s Readers Dige...

  • Nicola Pierce

    I finished this, last week, on Valentine's Day. About ten days before that, I had been diagnosed with cancer and the shock was so great that it stopped me from reading anything longer than a label on ...

  • Charles Harrison

    Finished this a while ago and I enjoyed it much as I did the previous ones. I think what made this stand out was reading about the war/ time in the RAF. It became apparent that the warmth of the writi...

  • Melinda

    Cute little vignettes about life as a vet and enlisting in the RAF. For a first James Herriot book, it was entertaining and good....