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Valid criticism of that particular moment in the history of Marbella aside, the tale is clearly focused on how the consequences of actions taken without forethought and a lack of language skills in a foreign country can combine to radically change the fortunes of a visitor in an instant. This story is as valid today, as a moralistic tale, as it was when the events occurred twenty-five years prior. An interesting read.
This is a true story about a man in his twenties doing well in his profession and then he does a "young and stupid" thing and loses everything. He has to move into his parents' home and gets depressed. He decides to go on a months long holiday and does the same stupid thing as before landing him in danger of imprisonment, or worse. The story is a bit compelling and certainly relate-able if you've ever done anything dumb in your youth. Since the main character didn't learn from his first, or second, or third mistake, I found it hard to empathize with him. The writing style is very pedantic. The story is worth a read if you can relate to this person's plight.
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Every young man should read before taking a drink.