Daily Archives: June 14, 2019

Walking A Thin Line

I have read a fair amount of travel books, many of which purport to be books of humor, and I have found it to be one of those areas where the writer tends to walk a thin line between insulting … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lost In My Own Backyard

Lost In My Own Backyard, by Tim Cahill There are two kinds of books that one can read by Tim Cahill.  There are books that make the author appear a bit clueless and that encourage the reader to travel like … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pecked To Death By Ducks

Pecked To Death By Ducks, by Tim Cahill As this is the fifth book by the author I have read so far, I’m pretty familiar with his shtick.  Unfortunately, this book falls towards the bottom of the author’s body of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Road Fever

Road Fever:  A High-Speed Travelogue, by Tim Cahill If you have ever taken a lengthy road-trip with somewhat dodgy company, as I have, you will be able to understand some of the charm of this kind of book.  Reading this … Continue reading

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