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on 29 January 2015
The book is interesting and fairly informative. Though some what biased. Surely there are good and bad in every nation. Not everyone can be after your wallet and nothing else, thats simply not possible. There seems to have been absolutely no editing done at all, the entire book is riddled with both spelling mistakes and some of the worst punctuation I have ever seen. At times it was necessary to read a sentence three times in order to put it into context. I've absolutely no doubt that it took a great deal of both research and personal experience in order to write this little tome of dubious wisdom and although it is without a doubt quite interesting to read, a little longer in the correction department would have been greatly appreciated. Having said all that.. I did enjoy it and it did give me a good old chuckle to read exactly how it came about that my x husband came home several years ago with a dubious disease and a very light wallet.