Never Drive A Hatchback To Austria (And Other Valuable Life Lessons) (Paperback)
If being a grown-up were as simple as holding down a job, buying a reliable car, finding your dream home and living happily ever after, there'd be no need for this true story. But our mid-thirties author's unorthodox approach and complete failure to accept the world as defined by adults was never going to make it quite so straightforward - especially when Brexit threw a spanner in the works.
"If you liked the works of Bill Bryson, Pete McCarthy or Tony Hawks, you will enjoy this." - Review by Ian S
Set against the backdrop of his ever-swelling grumpiness and the growing realization that he might never actually become a millionaire, this book follows him and his trusty hatchback as they travel by road from England to Vienna, seizing the chance to live in Europe before it got closed to Brits forever. It's a journey that takes him to Cyprus and Venice, Slovenia and Surrey, Belgium and Bonn.
"A hybrid of Victor Meldrew and Tony Hancock, with attitude " - Direct Reader Comment