A journey around Europe is never going to be dull. There are too many interesting places to visit. Bu translating that across into a book about travelling around Europe? Surely that’s a challenge? It might be for many, but not for Bill Bryson.
The Premier League this season will be won by either Liverpool or Manchester City, with the other finishing in second. Third and fourth will be two from Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. We’re four games into the season, but are there many people (indeed anyone) who would disagree with the above predictions?
The world has never been closer to nuclear war than October 1962 and the Cuban Missile Crisis. For days, it seemed as though nuclear war was imminent. Finally, when things seemed at their bleakest, a resolution was found.
October 1962. The world has never been closer to nuclear war. It’s days away. Hours. Minutes. But how did it get to such a stage where nuclear war seemed to be inevitable? Enter One Hell of a Gamble.
The quickest possible summary and review would be that Where’s Your Caravan is a football autobiography. But that doesn’t come close to describing this book. A football autobiography (or biography) is normally about one of the world’s finest players who has a reinforced mantelpiece to cope with all their awards and trophies. With the greatest respect to Chris Hargreaves, he doesn’t fall into that category. He was, however, a very good lower league footballer.