Tongs ya bas Posted November 2, 2017 Share Posted November 2, 2017 Just now, Futtocks said: I'd second that; his factual writing is great, but I really don't enjoy his fiction. The Old Patagonian Express sees him take the train from his hometown of Boston, all the way to the bottom of South America. In The Kingdom by the Sea, he travels round the coast of Britain by public transport or on foot. This was written in the Eighties, and is an interesting snapshot of the country at that time. Sunrise with Seamonsters is an anthology of non-fiction on various subjects, not just travel. The kingdom by the sea sounds like something I might do now that I have a bus pass Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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