How Not to Travel the World: Adventures of a Disaster-Prone Backpacker

January 5, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Loved it-whens the next book? At first it was a shame the travel seemed so rushed and not explaining what was being seen but as you get in to the book the true gullibility and naivety that a lot of us would fall fowl to in the perfect dreams of travel we have, turned to self exploration and a thoroughly enjoyable read. Bring on the next book please 🙂

Anonymous says:

Funny and hilarious. This book is hilarious! I love to travel and reading this makes me feel as if I’m actually there, traveling along with Lauren. It’s funny and easy to read. Lauren, if you are reading this, keep on traveling, and if you’re not, then just keep on writing! Next book: how not to live your life! I’d love to read about it. I couldn’t put this book down!

Anonymous says:

Funny and inspiring, throughly enjoyed this book. I really loved this book and felt very connected to the character. I was inspired by her bravery and journey.It was very funny and I could can see myself reading this book quite a few times.It’s kind of like a younger and naïve version of Eat, Pray, Love.

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