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This book is funny, well written and just plain fun to read.
He travels to Iceland, Netherlands, Switzerland, Bhutan, Thailand, India, Moldova Great Britain and the United States in one year.
Reading his book will help you examine what you need to be happy, and how far you are willing to go to get it.
The book was a fun read for a book club - easy and fast. The various places that the author goes looking for happiness are interesting and Mr. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Lisa M.
"Money matters, but less than we think and not in the way that we think. Family is important. So are friends. Envy is toxic. So is excessive thinking. Beaches are optional. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Alice Lam
The most redeeming qualities about this book is that the author is funny. But that's not what I wanted to get from this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JaredR
Enjoyable read for someone who isn't looking to think too deeply about culture, racism, stereotypes, etc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Meg Cardigan
I enjoyed the writer's sense of humor. I often felt I was visiting the countries with him due to descriptive prowess.Published 1 month ago by Craig O. Belshe
Not a key to happiness, but a wonderful armchair travel excursion packed with useful information. Entertaining and funny.Published 1 month ago by LOIS CHICKERING
This book kept me reading. It confirms my belief that liberals tend to be good at artsy fartsy things like writing this kind of book. I would recommend this book to liberals.Published 2 months ago by Lawrence of Stock