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Love Sex Travel Musik

3.4  ·  Rating Details ·  35 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Stories for the Easyjet generation: beautifully crafted, witty, perceptive, sometimes shocking and often heart-breaking stories that examine the impact of cheap international travel on modern lives and relationships.

A lads' weekend in Eastern Europe spirals out of control. A bleeding tourist is rescued by a stranger in downtown Toronto. A middle-aged woman holidaying in T
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Paperback, 218 pages
Published April 21st 2013 by Freight Books
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Judith
Sep 22, 2016 Judith rated it liked it
Ok. Some stories are better than others but an original collection.
Dan Coxon
Jun 11, 2015 Dan Coxon rated it really liked it
Nicely themed collection of stories, all dealing in one way or another with the concept of travel. A few stories felt lighter than others, but on the whole there were some real gems in here. Good to see a themed collection that works at keeping its central thread going, too - these stories hang together remarkably well, and you come away feeling that you've read more than just a collection of unconnected ideas. The perfect book to pack in your suitcase!
David Kenvyn
May 17, 2013 David Kenvyn rated it really liked it
Rodge Glass is a master of the short story, and these are among some of his best. They exude the understanding and deep humanity that you would expect from one of his short stories. This book is well worth reading.
M.
Apr 10, 2015 M. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I end up travelling a lot and it was interesting to read this collection. I've read previous books from Rodge Glass and this was collection held up the quality he has put out before. Great book that I wish I had been reading on a plane going somewhere hot and warm!
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Oct 05, 2013 Hannah rated it liked it
Short travel stories, some of which have a reoccurring theme. Foreigners doing anything for a passport, and strippers seemed to be two. A very odd book, but some of it was enjoyable.
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Rodge Glass is the author of the novels No Fireworks (Faber, 2005) and Hope for Newborns (Faber, 2008), as well as Alasdair Gray: A Secretary’s Biography (Bloomsbury, 2008), which received a Somerset Maugham Award in 2009. Recently, he was co-author of the graphic novel Dougie’s War: A Soldier’s Story (Freight, 2010), which was nominated for several awards. He is currently a Programme Leader in ...more
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