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The Return of the Mullet Hunter: Further adventures from the mullet trail (The Mullet Adventures Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B00H12QT6Y
- Language : English
- File size : 1826 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 230 pages
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Not laugh-out-loud funny (apart from possibly the terrible joke about the Coit Tower) but increasingly engaging, this is a very worthwhile read. It not only gives an insight into some rarely-visited corners of the globe but also into a gregarious and unusual Scotsman.
There Is something easy about Simons books, an ease to immerse yourself in his travelling, an ease to identify with a 'normal' person. This isn't a story about a well off persons travels to top destinations, or a book filled with facts & statistics. This is a book about a man who's urge to travel manifests itself as places with Mullet in the title. It takes the author to far flung places you wouldn't normally hear about, but the commentary is well written and informative and In more than a few places funny! I found this to have more depth and feeling than the first book and I really felt for the guy and found myself wishing him success on his mission even knowing the real mission had finished some time ago. That is pretty much what I want from a travel book, a great read.
From New Zealand to North America, with a few stop-offs in Inverness, the story zips along with crisp and clear travel writing that brings the diverse locations and characters to life. But there is as much disappointment as triumph in his travels and whilst that might take the edge off a feel-good story it makes the tale somehow more real.
It's unclear if there will be more Mullet adventures but I hope there will, it makes for a good read. I see that Simon Varwell has another (non-Mullet related) travel book due out later this year and I shall be looking out for that.
Hopefully more books will be produced as the travels continue, maybe this time with his wife rather than Justin!