Publish date: September 17th 2009
Publisher: Viking Adult
Pages no: 297
Edition language: English
, Sports And Games
I liked it a lot - I thought the organization was good. The way he writes about writing and language though was disappointing and distracting.
David Byrne's Bicycle Diaries is a series of essays loosely connected to him bicycling around different cities all across the world. He discusses the artists and locals he meets, talks about what he is actually doing in the city (not touring) and also give his reflections on life at the time. He oft...
I read this book at about the same time as I read Steve Johnson's Where Good Ideas Come From. I came to Byrne's book via a cycling link, but I found it a lot more about creativity than cycling. Cycling is really only incidental to the book. (Which is okay with me, I'm not really a cyclist). "Through...