Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (23 of 26)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 48,290 - Total Helpful Votes: 23 of 26
Marie Potter and The Campervan of Doom by Brian Burke
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Stuff, 23 Feb 2014
I found this book a thoroughly entertaining read. I felt I was with them on the journey and endured the trials and tribulations with them, especially the mechanical ones. The in-country descriptions were first class in that they were both detailed and entertaining. plus being extremely educational. I can't say I was tempted to emulate their journey however. Much more comfortable just reading about it from the comfort of a warm bed !!!
You F'Coffee Sir?!!! (The Real Air Hostesses' Hand&hellip by Liz and Julie
Obviously designed for potential aircrew. A lot of detail about the training crew have to go through which became a little tedious. I wanted more about the places they actually visited. Some insider knowledge was interesting but at the same time I was less than impressed about their 'confessions' relating to stealing and the use, not just of cannabis but class A drugs.
It was however good to see some difficult passsengers get their come uppance.
Confessions of a New York Taxi Driver (The Confess&hellip by Eugene Salomon
4.0 out of 5 stars A good read, 23 Feb 2014
I enjoyed it. Not a huge amount of depth but his variety of stories and descriptions of New York made this book a warm and entertaining read. Eugene is obviously a 'good bloke' and riding in his cab would have been a pleasure.