... "The Wrong Way Round" by Peter Moore is one of these books. I have for some time been avoiding this author's books having read a couple of reviews. Don't get me wrong, the reviews were not unfavourable; my reason for rejecting the books was that the reviews contained too many references to ... Read review
"...Ciao member profile, Cioaers in the north- east may know me by sight as I am often to be found loitering in the travel writing section in my local branch of Waterstones. While I am there, I am regularly bemoaning the fact that so few new travel writing books get added to Waterstones cracking "three for two" offer. As a result of having exhausted most of the meagre selection, this I have recently bought a couple of books I had previously turned my ..."
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Not too long with some pictures.Parts of journey done by bus which was very interesting.
Narrative style a bit too simplistic and the journey details are often sketchy.
"...5 chapters of less of the book , The Wrong Way Home. By the time I got to the part where he simply states that 'Esfahan is a beautiful city' without any supporting statement I was tired of the book. It is badly written and one of the few books I did not bother to finish reading. It is written in a style, which tries to include humorous notes to every line, and it gets very tiresome. I found it hard to believe some of the details in the book which ..."
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very witty, imformative,reader really gets the feeling they're there with the writer
in all honesty id say nothing negative about this book, enjoyed readin it
"...quest to travel round by the world....with one rule.....no plane travel is allowed.
The adventures he has, the people he meets and the funny witty way he describes events makes me think hes as great a travel author as the better known Bill Bryson.
A variety of countries are included, such as places in asia so theres something in there for travel fans, no matter what part of the world youre interested in. He travels overland from London to ..."
Ciao members have rated this review on average: somewhat helpful