From Publishers Weekly
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Paul shares his perceptions of travel in the Mediterranean. His candor and witty language are worth savoring. Enjoy this book.Published 13 days ago by Debra
The best way to see the Mediterranian? Take a cruise! Seriously, this well-known travel writer is mired in the trash (political, social, individual) that he encounters hiking... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Suzanne
A wonderful writer and story spinner! Would buy any of his books.Published 28 days ago by Orchidees
Read for 2nd time. The perfect accompaniment for my Mediterranean trip.Published 2 months ago by Allene Hansen
It has been more years than I can remember since I last read an analog book â€“ an actual physical book that I held in my hands, turning pages and highlighting pithy passages in... Read morePublished 4 months ago by MBJ
As others have said, the book has a patronising and sneering tone, and is wildly inaccurate about some of the places that I know best. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ben
Another impossible adventure for the king of travel writers. No one does it like Theroux. He sets a goal, circling the Mediterranean from Gibraltar by land and sea, and ends up in... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sandy Munro
I enjoyed the book, although I was somewhat disappointed by how different the last part of the journey was compared to the initial part. Read morePublished 11 months ago by R.L.D.