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    The Lost Continent: Travels in Small-Town America

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    Bill Bryson

     

    Funny as this wonderful book is, it is also a serious indictment of the American way of life and the direction in which it is going… he is genuinely shocked, as we are, by the statistics of affluence, poverty, crime and culture that he drops in hither and thither ― Irish Times

     

    A very funny performance, littered with wonderful lines and memorable images ― Literary Review

     

    Hilarious… he can be suave, sarcastic and very funny… not your typical travel writer ― Sunday Telegraph

     

    lost to him because he had become a stranger in his own land. Bryson’s acclaimed first success, The Lost Continent is a classic of travel literature – hilariously, stomach-achingly, funny, yet tinged with heartache – and the book that first staked Bill Bryson’s claim as the most beloved writer of his generation.

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    This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor

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    Adam kay

     

    Painfully funny. The pain and the funniness somehow add up to something entirely good, entirely noble and entirely loveable. — Stephen Fry

     

    I’m not a Doctor (despite what I sometimes say) but I’d prescribe this book to anyone and everyone. It’s laugh-out-loud funny, heartbreakingly sad and gives you the lowdown on what it’s like to be holding it together while serving on the front line of our beloved but beleaguered NHS. It’s wonderful — Jonathan Ross

     

    This is a ferociously funny book, but beneath the sheen of brilliant one-liners is a passionate, acutely personal examination of what the health service does for us, and what we’re in danger of doing to it — Mark Watson

     

    A scurrilously funny, poignant and fascinatingly horrific tale of being torn to pieces and spat out by the strangely loveable but graceless monster that is the NHS — Milton Jones

     

    Hilarious and heartbreaking . . . I howled, yelped and occasionally choked with laughter . . . It’s an invigorating addition to the vogue for medical memoirs. I like to think of it sitting on a shelf next to Henry Marsh, Atul Gawande and Paul Kalanithi, turning the air bluer and bluer. It has something of all those writers, but with an added dash of a profane Adrian Mole . . . This book may hurt, but in an important and necessary way — Cathy Rentzenbrink ― The Times

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