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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
Great book.. by harvey123 on 25 March 2005 8:05pm
A short while ago i had a book passed on to me called 'The wrong Way home' (London to Sydney the hard way) its by peter more published by Bantam Books ---so if anyone else has read it or is alittle tired of their well thumbed Palin Books I recommend it..Funny, irreverent and acutely observed, the wrong way home will strike a chord with anyone who has ventured on such a life-enhancing Grand Tour. It will also entertain (and perhaps alarm) all those who love to read about such adventures but would never be fool enough to grab the rucksack and go..its a great read alittle like MP but a bit more'gritty' anyone else read it-your views?
Re: Great book.. by Ahren on 26 March 2005 12:28am
Is it real, or fictional?
Re: Great book.. by harvey123 on 26 March 2005 10:25am
Ahren--the book in not fictional..i find once i start reading it i cant put it down..hope u get the book and hope u enjoy it.
Re: Great book.. by Ahren on 27 March 2005 1:48pm
I'll try, Thanks!
Re: Great book.. by bsh1878 on 29 March 2005 4:04pm
If anyone wants a good book to read, then you want to read "The Road to Muckle Fluga" by Phil Llewellyn. It's brilliant.

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