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Tag Archives: Bill Bryson
While reading a book that is especially enjoyable, I literally revel in it, not wanting the book to ever end. Never Look a Polar Bear in the Eye by author Zac Unger is just such a book. It is a … Continue reading
I just finished reading another great book by my favorite author, Bill Bryson. This one is entitled In a Sunburned Country and is about his travels across Australia. As usual it is full of funny stories, fascinating facts, general observations, … Continue reading
You might wonder, “what the heck does a book entitled “The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid“ have to do with urban planning or cities and why is it being reviewed under Urbanography?” Good question. Actually, Bill Bryson’s hilarious childhood … Continue reading
I love reading books written by Bill Bryson. His sense of humor is downright hilarious and his writing style is both captivating and moving. I just finished reading The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid, which I would easily … Continue reading