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Travel To the G-Spot -- The Guide Book by Steve  Cohen
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Nov 12, 12

bookshelves: adventure, humour, travel
Read from November 01 to 10, 2012

I've got to admit when I started reading this I wasn't overly convinced I was going to enjoy it but as the book went on I found myself getting thoroughly engrossed and strangely attached to Danny Gladstone, our narrator and disillusioned travel writer. The style of the book is to give the 'official version' of Danny's travel writing experiences then to give the real version of what happened, warts and all. This is a very humourous read that gives a sneaky insight into the world of travel writing with its you-scratch-my-back-I'll-scratch-yours mode of operating. Cohen has captured the essence of this superbly in the guise of Danny Gladstone and all of the characters we meet on the way and while all is not quite as it seems, you are left feeling strangely uplifted, in an odd roundabout fashion.
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