Down Under [ Ebook ] ☆ Bill Bryson


10 thoughts on “Down Under

  1. says:

    Lovely little adventure a la Bill Bryson No one knows incidentally why Australia's spiders are so extravagantly toxic; capturing small insects and injecting them with enough poison to drop a horse would appear to be the most literal case of overkill Still it does mean that everyone gives them lots of space What an absolutely stunning endorsement As with his other traveling books Bill Bryson hip hops his way

  2. says:

    I love Bill Bryson Yep it's a full blown one sided bromance Bryson could write a book about the history of the individual rooms with

  3. says:

    Bill Bryson never seems to use the same approach to each of his books Is this book going to be snarky Bill? Is this going to be funny Bill? Is this going to be funny yet informative Bill? Is this going to be snarky yet informative Bill? I could go on but my hands would start to cramp up with the unlimited combinationsThis one is reverential i

  4. says:

    I developed a taste for Bill Bryson last year when I read his Short History of Nearly Everything an ambitious attempt to trace the history of life the universe and everything in just 574 pages While many of the scientific discoveries outlined

  5. says:

    Ok First of all I'm here to tell you that non fiction is normally not my bag I think I got this book because I forgot to send in the do not send notice in a book club That said I'm soooo happy that I didn't and I made myself read this OMG I lost track of how many times I laughed until there were tears running down my cheeks and how many smiles and chuckles it rang out of me This is a book about Bryson's trips I believe

  6. says:

    I love Australia even though I have never been there It has amazing wilderness and is the setting of beautiful movies; it

  7. says:

    Whatever subject Bill Bryson writes abouthe has the ability to turn it into first class entertainmentThis book was all the enjoyable for meas it

  8. says:

    Having travelled briefly through parts of ueensland and New South Wales several years ago I'd been waiting to catch up with Bryson's book ever since I now wish I'd read it before I travelled or even during the trip itself It's full interesting information and ideas for places to visit and gave me loads of laughs A really good read whether you're planning a trip or just looking to enjoy BB's hilariously enter

  9. says:

    As expected this was a mix of fun facts and a companion travel piece Being Australian I’m sure I enjoyed this than the average non Australian reader but I could see that some parts especially the parts apart about politics and cricket could bore a few readers who aren’t already familiar with our peculiar sports and politicians I enjoyed the read and found it fun when injected with Bryson’s humourous an

  10. says:

    Bill Bryson is on a short list of go to writers when I need a thoughtful but not too taxing book His travel works seem to follow the Bryson formula1 Bryson travels around a country and gets drunk in hotel bars2 Bryson gets pissed off at rude and stupid people but is usually forgiving and self depreciating3 Bryson assiduously researches the locales beforehand and integrates history into his itineraries and narratives4 Bryson write

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Down Under

The friendliest inhabitants the hottest driest weather and the most peculiar and lethal wildlife to be found on the planet The result is a deliciously funny fact filled and adventurous performance by a writer who combines humor wonder and unflagging curiousityDespite the fact that Australia harbors things that can kill you in extremely nasty ways than anywhere else including sharks crocodiles snakes even riptides and dese. Ok First of all I m here to tell you that non fiction is normally not my bag I think I got this book because I forgot to send in the do not send notice in a book club That said I m soooo happy that Matthews Choice you in extremely nasty ways than anywhere else including sharks crocodiles snakes even riptides and dese. Ok First of all I m here to tell The Prince of Pleasure (The Wilde Brothers, you that non fiction is normally not my bag I think I got this book because I forgot to send in the do not send notice in a book club That said I m soooo happy that

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A CLASSIC FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF ONE SUMMER Every time Bill Bryson walks out the door memorable travel literature threatens to break out His previous excursion along the Appalachian Trail resulted in the sublime national bestseller A Walk in the Woods In A Sunburned Country is his report on what he found in an entirely different place Australia the country that doubles as a continent and a place with. I love Bill Bryson Yep it s a full blown one sided bromance Bryson could write a book about the history of the individual rooms within the typical house and I would love it he did and I did So when

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Rts Bill Bryson adores the place and he takes his readers on a rollicking ride far beyond that beaten tourist path Wherever he goes he finds Australians who are cheerful extroverted and unfailingly obliging and these beaming products of land with clean safe cities cold beer and constant sunshine fill the pages of this wonderful book Australia is an immense and fortunate land and it has found in Bill Bryson its perfect guid. Whatever subject Bill Bryson writes abouthe has the ability to turn it into first class entertainmentThis book was all the enjoyable for meas it brought back memories of the year I spent in Austral

  • Paperback
  • 335
  • Down Under
  • Bill Bryson
  • English
  • 16 February 2019
  • 9780767903868

About the Author: Bill Bryson

William McGuire Bill Bryson OBE FRS was born in Des Moines Iowa in 1951 He settled in England in 1977 and worked in journalism until he became a full time writer He lived for many years with his English wife and four children in North Yorkshire He and his family then moved to New Hampshire in America for a few years but they have now returned to live in the UKIn The Lost Continent Bil