The Road to Little Dribbling: Adventures of an American in Britain
The hilarious and loving sequel to a hilarious and loving classic of travel writing: Notes from a Small Island, Bill Bryson’s valentine to his adopted country of England In 1995 Bill Bryson got into his car and took a weeks-long farewell motoring trip about England before moving his family back... show more
The hilarious and loving sequel to a hilarious and loving classic of travel writing: Notes from a Small Island, Bill Bryson’s valentine to his adopted country of England In 1995 Bill Bryson got into his car and took a weeks-long farewell motoring trip about England before moving his family back to the United States. The book about that trip, Notes from a Small Island, is uproarious and endlessly endearing, one of the most acute and affectionate portrayals of England in all its glorious eccentricity ever written. Two decades later, he set out again to rediscover that country, and the result is The Road to Little Dribbling. Nothing is funnier than Bill Bryson on the road—prepare for the total joy and multiple episodes of unseemly laughter.
Publish date: 2016-01-19
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
This could not catch my interest. It seemed kind of amusing, but my mind kept wandering. I’m not sure if this is just not a good book for the audio format or if I’m just not in the mood. Or maybe because it’s a sequel and I haven’t read the first book. I gave it my minimum 20 minutes of audio time b...
After several popular science books Bill Bryson is back with another travel book: Once again he travels around the UK. He did so the first time in Notes from a Small Island more than 20 years ago. This times his plan is to travel from the very South to the very North, only visiting places he didn't ...
The Road to Little Dribbling, Bill Bryson, author; Nathan Osgood, narrator In this delightful “travelogue”, Bill Bryson retraces a trip he took around his beloved England two decades ago. As he travels through villages and up and down roads with names most readers have never heard of, to visit some ...
A sequel to his great book, Notes from a Small Island, Bryson undertakes another journey across England, twenty years after his first. Entertaining, descriptive, witty. A fun little volume, packed with all kinds of observations from a quirky, offbeat man. Not his best effort, at least compared to...
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