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This is one of my favourite books, which is odd given that in many ways it is a travelogue. In the same vein as Bill Bryson so ably manages to fill, it combines humour, a look at the world, and travel writing all in one go. What it does that Bryson doesn't is give that slightly off the wall tint to the humour. Dave wonderfully writes outside the box at times, and manages to envelop the reader in his world for a few hundred pages. His writing is endearing and admirably genuine, a joy to read throughout. And, very very funny. I won't precis the contents as you can read the back cover for that - or even go on to his website and read about it.
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