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Sicily: One Man in a Bus Paperback – 12 Aug 2014
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About the Author
The author lives in isolation in Darkest Norfolk. England, with naught but an enhanced collection of computer hardware, a questionable wit and a writer’s hat as company. He can be seen on nights of the full moon, howling at the keyboard in frustration, as the auto-correct fails to rectify even the simplest of fat fingered errors.
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You can also take a couple of "lifetimes advice" which I won't tell you so you can read it and discover it.
Thank you for writing such an entertaining book.
The book is advertised as being comic, informative and a modern day "Three Men in a Boat" by Jerome K. Jerome. Unfortunately we found it to be none of these things. We chuckled at Jerome K. Jerome as youngsters, laugh out loud at Bill Bryson and several other travel authors, but did not even smile at this. Another reviewer's "cringeworthy" best describes the attempt at humour. We don't even get any information on his fellow travellers. The descriptions of various places and historical sites are often just too shallow to even awaken curiosity. In many cases the reader is simply referred to a website for further information.
We can not recommend this book, but give the author one star for having climbed La Rocca in Cefalú.
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