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`un-put-down-able... I haven't read anything like this when it comes to doing justice to the stunning surrounds.'
--St Christopher's Live-Your-Life E-zine, June 2009
`another fine travel book from the author of From the Mull to the Cape... A thoroughly absorbing and entertaining read.'
--The Good Book Guide, August 2009
`hard to put down. It certainly made me seriously consider planning a similar tour of Wales.'
--Derby Evening Telegraph, August 7, 2009
Featured in the south Wales Echo, September 9, 2009 --the south Wales Echo
`an array of bizarre sights ranging from a hangman's noose kept in a pub... and a Rolls-Royce-driving rock star.'
--The Western Mail, September 10, 2009
`with plenty of secret cycling routes... I'm sure you'll enjoy this wry witty book.'
--Welsh Country Magazine, October 2009
'... Guise's witty, observational humour keeps you turning the pages... a well-rounded book that is suitable for all.' --Country & Border Life Magazine's 'Book of the Month', February 2011
Richard Guise is baed in Quorn, Leicestershire, and spends part of the year in Girona, Spain.