[Ebook] Another Fine Mess By Tim Moore – Tactical-player.co.uk

Another Fine Mess An Easy And Enjoyable Read, Its As Much About The Roadtrip In A Vintage Car As It Is Observations On The Current Political Climate In America Classic Ford Moore Is Very Good At Soaking Up The Strangeness Of America And Relating It To Readers With An Easy Going Observational Humour That Only Threatens To Desert Him When He Contemplates The Excesses Of The Current Administration Alistair Mabbott The Herald Hilarious And Scary Often In Equal Measure Nat Barnes Daily Express This Is The Wizard Of Oz In Reverse An Attempt To Uncover The Source Of What Went Wrong In America What Lingers Is The Stories Of Communities Brimming With People Who Worked Like Dogs To Learn A Trade In A Country They Believed Would Reward Them Jane Graham Big Issue Alarmingly Full Of Incident, Very Funny Even Mildly Transformative Jane Shilling Daily MailTim Moores Writing Has Appeared In The Daily Telegraph, The Observer, The Sunday Times AndEsquire He Is The Author Of Gironimo , French Revolutions, Do Not Pass Go, Spanish Steps, Nul Points, I Believe In Yesterday And You Are Awful But I Like You He Lives In London

5 thoughts on “Another Fine Mess

  1. says:

    Imagine for a moment that you decided to explore the roots of support for Donald Trump by taking a meandering road trip across America from Atlantic to Pacific through the heartlands of that support Imagine then that you are a long ish haired English liberal with a sardonic sense of humour, then yo

  2. says:

    Tim Moore s latest travel adventure across Trump s America in a Model T presents a humorous, yet incredibly sympathetic and touching account of small town American culture interwoven with the historical forces which have shaped that culture over the past 100 years With his usual self deprecating sense of hum

  3. says:

    This is a splendid work a thoroughly enjoyable and informative read Current fans of Tim Moore will not be disappointed and it deserves to win him new followers The book skips along at a lively pace, a rewarding mix of travelogue, social observation, humour and respect painting a memorable picture of the heartlands of

  4. says:

    Update I read it again Still terrible.I love most of Tim Moore s book The title of this review is taken from another of Moore s books, and it describes this book to a T A poor showing for such a usually great writer, this book never even raised a grin It s a firehose of dates, names and descriptions, with so little travel that

  5. says:

    I was slightly doubtful at the start of this book as the facts and figures about Henry Ford, his business relationships and the state of the.motoring industry in America left.me a bit bored However, once Tim Moore got on the road and.I got to know the foibles of Mike and his seemingly terminal mobility problems..all the historical chapte

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