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Being Stripped Naked: Confessions of an Expat in Hong Kong Paperback – 9 Sep 2016
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About the Author
Adam Peirs has lived, worked, and traveled all over the world. He received his bachelor’s degree in building engineering and management in 1994. His time as an expat has inspired him to write books about his adventures and the cultures he experienced.
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8 November 2016
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What can I say? Being an expat the Middle East I wasn't sure what this book was going to be about and boy do I wish I'd gone to Hong Kong rather than Saudi Arabia when I first moved abroad! The book was easy to read and very enjoyable and I'm already looking forward to the sequel to find out what Dave gets up to next!
7 January 2017
Adam Peirs is dragging us into his life as an expat in Hong Kong, with a very personal narrative style, different from the ones we often come across, with the particularity of catching one strongly, making one "live" the mundane through and with him, via rich descriptions, sometimes slow rhythm. But you're often thrown because what you feel as a suspense for a certain outcome can turn into nothing big, just as when you least expect it, something catches you off guard! I loved that unique balance of events. As others say, it is hard to stop reading, I did want to go ahead so much, then later wanted to get back to previous developments, etc.. And some final twists in the end, bringing emotions that remain with you for a long while after you've closed your book for good....
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