Any Bill Bryson readers?
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|Fri, 12-15-2006 - 10:12am|
He writes nonfiction, humorous, mostly travel books. The first Bryson book I read was "A Walk in the Country," about his thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail w/a lazy, overweight friend. As a hiker & a lover of humor, I loved it. Also liked "I'm a Stranger Here Myself," about his moving back to the U.S. after many years of living in the UK. But I tried "In a Sunburned Country," and it had too much description & too much history for me. Same with "The Lost Continent," which I put down for good yesterday. It was about a cross-country road trip he took in the U.S. before he moved back here.
Has anybody else read him? Do you like his books?
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