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a good and interesting read as always from PJ/ he has gotten older and perhaps wiser over the decades / I still enjoy his take on the world around us / keep up the good work PJPublished 2 months ago by kenmerrimanmd
I have been a fan of Mr. O'Rourke since his wild days at the "National Lampoon" way back in the 1960's. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Otto F. Rohwedder, III
If you liked PJ's war journalist books, i.e., Holidays in Hell, you should be pleased with this (slightly) closer-to-home version. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Scarlett
My first O' book, thoroughly enjoyed the book. Afghanistan perspective was especially well done. Will read more of PJs work.Published 5 months ago by Norman M.
I bought this as a Christmas gift from my sister's wish list. It was in perfect gift condition and she was very happy to receive it.Published 6 months ago by momof3and3
Almost makes you want to travel, almost...
America's funniest critic reminds us why we should trash those travel brochures
And turn on the TV.
Well-written and as always hitting the nail on the head, I really enjoyed this book. To me, it was just one notch below my 5-star favorites: "Holidays in Hell", "Give... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Todd M. Forsyth
Like all of his most recent works, this book isn't even approaching the wisdom-rich satire of his classic offings. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Gerard Willemsen
PJ O'Rourke is one of my heroes. A great travel writer and a pointed and dead-on accurate social critic. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Michael G. Steele