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Who Is Tim Cahill by TheNewImprovedBookWorm on 20 March 2004 2:04pm
 
Has anybody read any of Tim Cahills travel books,Ive just been flicking through a couple in my local book shop,and they look very good...
Any suggestions please..David...
 
Re: Who Is Tim Cahill by JK on 21 March 2004 4:14am
 
Doesnt he play for Millwall?
 
Re: Who Is Tim Cahill by macauley on 23 March 2004 10:15pm
 
he is a terrific adventure writer. lives in Montana (US)...writes regularly for Outside Mag...and check on Amazon for the list of his books...they have most unusual titles such as "Jaguars Ate My Flesh"! ...as you can see he has a sense of humor.. fun reading...Sharon
 
Re: Who Is Tim Cahill by Katin on 27 March 2004 3:11am
 
Agree Sharon a great writer dont forget Pecked To Death By Ducks or even A Wolverine Is Eating My leg lol.My Favourite tho is Lost In My Own Backyard
Tim Cahill has a great sense of humor
 
Re: Who Is Tim Cahill by TheNewImprovedBookWorm on 27 March 2004 4:35pm
 
Ive just started reading Tim Cahills book Butterworms,and im loving it...The man has got a great sence of humour..He reminds me of Bill Bryson,who i also love..What do you think the next Cahil book i should read..What is the book lost In My Own Backyard like,it hasnt come out in the UK yet..Thanks for all your help...David.x
 
Re: Who Is Tim Cahill by Katin on 28 March 2004 3:14am
 
shhhhh officially lost in my own backyard a walk in yellowstone park.Will be out june the 8th,unofficially its a great read and the audio cd magnifico
 
Re: Who Is Tim Cahill by macauley on 28 March 2004 9:41pm
 
..the cahill books are terrific airplane reads... just exposing the titles to other passengers is worth the experience! glad to see that you are still checking in, peter! sharon
 
Re: Who Is Tim Cahill by kidjuxta on 30 March 2004 2:10pm
 
Tim Cahill is a genius and, yes, very much like Bill Bryson! I've read Cahill's 'REMOTE JOURNEYS ODDLY RENDERED' which was a compilation of some of his best and funniest travel stories. To read my review of it please visit my website at www.kidjuxta.tk - thanks! x And happy reading!
 
Re: Who Is Tim Cahill by intrepid on 6 April 2004 1:18pm
 
The BBC World Service was doing some readings from his work a couple of weeks ago. I only caught the last segment, but it was something like a list of things to remember while travelling. My favorite piece of advice was to remember that "YOU are the foreigner." Sometimes it's easy to forget that, especially in Prague.
On a topic which is pretty thoroughly unrelated, although it does have the letters "B" and "B" and "C" in it, I saw something on the world service website about the Chilean military guy A. Prat, who's street is pictured in the book for "Full Circle".
Apparently, an English language history textbook recently published down there has some items which slipped past the proofreaders, specifically that he was a dirty old man who never shaved.
By the way, what exactly is a "prat"? I'm assuming it isn't a complement. No need to cite examples, please.
David
 



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