Don’t Come Back: a funny travel adventure of bad-tempered baboons, black magic, and breakups. (Weird Travel)

August 30, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Reassuringly honest travel memoirs. This is the second book I’ve read by the author, and I’m not a big reader. I like his style, he tells it from his point of view, bad (or dad) jokes and inner thought processes included. Then there is the content itself, of the places he visits and the people he meets, the moral and the ethical dilemmas you face as a tourist or traveller from the developed world. In other words, I find him relatable. It’s raw and honest and reassuring, thanks Adam.

Anonymous says:

Another joy Another thought provoking account of Mr Fletcher’s travels.He describes his environment and its culture so vividly that I have to remind myself these are not my actual memories but someone else’s that I have read in a book.It seems Mr Fletcher writes to tales at once; one is an account of where he is and the other is an update of the internal crisis he is experiencing.His books are a treat for anyone who is interested in other cultures but cannot quite be persuaded to leave…

Anonymous says:

Excellent I enjoyed this even more than his other book “Don’t go there” which was also good. It is very well written, funny and thought provoking. Highly recommended. Please write more books asap.

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