Both inspired and desperate, the two quit their jobs, sold their houses, gave away their belongings, and traveled the world for two years, romping through Europe in a newly purchased Saab, then hitting the Middle East, Southeast Asia, South America, and Africa. Along the way, Wisner got to know his brother in a way he never had ("Kurt had become ... my new best friend") and fought to move past his failed relationship.
Wisner's story is straightforward, heartfelt, and highly readable--though without any true, biting insights--and should connect with readers who've gone through a breakup, career change, or midlife crisis, or fantasized about quitting the rat race. His best travel tip? Throw away the guidebooks, and talk to the locals instead. --Andy Boynton --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book reads like something that was self-published and distributed to the author's frat brothers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by contigo
As a humanities graduate, seldom do I take to a memoir-- especially from an unknown. The very next day after completing the book, I was compelled to buy its counterpart.Published 4 months ago by Jenny
Great read, especially if you love travel to foreign places/ third world countries....What a great way for adult brothers to reacquaint and for us Westerners to see how wonderful... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gail W
Loved watching the character growth and transformation in this book. (Semi-spoiler alert...it happens in the first chapter..so get over it...The book goes on from there, but... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Gigi
Boy this is a funny book
The story is delighful and has some great twists in in
Plus it makes you think about what is important in life
This was an advance release or something. I just felt like i was going to draw the red lines all over the book. The book itself was pretty good and really inspired some jealousy. Read morePublished 15 months ago by rory
Great story, well written and easy to pick up and start again which is great for traveling. I loved reading about their travels and think this is worth reading.Published 17 months ago by jamielovesbob
Franz takes you on an excellent journey as his rediscovers himself and the relationship that matters while finding respect and adoration for the cultures of the world. Great read.Published 20 months ago by nicolejuliette
Anyone wanting a good night with a fun, easy read should enjoy this book. Two brothers having an adventurous time traveling after one brother is dumped by his fiance.Published 21 months ago by Janice A. Brown