Tuk-Tuk for Two: two strangers, one unforgettable race through India in a tuk-tuk named Winnie (Weird Travel Book 3)

March 14, 2020 - Comment

“The race.” She said. “India. Were you serious…?” About racing a tuk-tuk one thousand kilometres through India with a woman I’d just met? No, I wasn’t serious. “There’s a fifty percent chance we’ll die. And the flight’s in two days. But if you want to, okay…” It was not a reasonable offer. But then she

“The race.” She said. “India. Were you serious…?”

About racing a tuk-tuk one thousand kilometres through India with a woman I’d just met?

No, I wasn’t serious.

“There’s a fifty percent chance we’ll die. And the flight’s in two days. But if you want to, okay…”

It was not a reasonable offer. But then she wasn’t a reasonable woman. She was certainly unreasonably attractive. I tried not to let that sway me, which was like a hammock deciding a tornado wouldn’t sway it.

And driving terrified me; I hadn’t done it in a decade. But if I could drive in India, I could drive anywhere. If I drive a tuk-tuk, I could drive anything. And if I said yes, I’d get to spend ten days with her. Would that be enough time to find out who she was, what she wanted, and then convince her to abandon that and want me instead?

There was only one way to find out…

The books in the Weird Travel series can be read in any order.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Hilarious, informative, thought-provoking & wonderfully descriptive I love travel books! Such an underrated genre and Adam Fletcher is top of his game. Rarely do I laugh out loud at these books but hilarious sentences are just waiting around every corner, catching you totally off guard. The easy style of writing makes this, and all of Adam’s books, delightful reads and evokes a real sense of being there – in the country and the moment. So if coronavirus has curtailed your travel plans, take a trip with Adam – you won’t regret it!

Anonymous says:

An adventure story with a love twist Another fun romp for Adam (and Eve), didn’t want it to end

Anonymous says:

Quirky, strange, and very funny I always enjoy Adam Fletcher because his books make me laugh out loud.This one means I experience India from my armchair.

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