Book Review: All Creatures Great and Small


Having watched every single episode of All Creatures and being a huge fan of the Farnon brothers, I simply had to read the books!

This book is actually the two books “If Only They Could Talk” and “It Shouldn’t Happen To A Vet” published in one

I couldn’t get over how close to the book the first series was written. Having watched them a number of times I noticed a couple of things changed for the TV show for better effect but nothing that was annoying.

The one big difference was the description of Siegfried. In the book he is portrayed as younger with a moustache. Robert Hardy is simply brilliant as Siegfried and I wouldn’t change him for the world though.

I give this book 5/5


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. nanacathy2
    Mar 05, 2015 @ 08:27:33

    The book is as fresh as it was when first published. I really should go to Thirsk and visit the James Herriot exhibition


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