Rated 4 Stars
Narrated by: Nathan Osgood
I love travel books and Bill Bryson is my gold standard. I buy his books as soon as I'm aware a new one has been released. For a very long time I have been purchasing them in audio format because listening to Bill Bryson read his book adds an element that professional narrators, no matter how good, just can't achieve.
For that reason I have only rated this book four stars. I was very disappointed that the author was not reading this himself. I should have just purchased this in Kindle format.
But the book itself was, as usual, very good. I really love his use of language and it's is a great sequel to Notes from a Small Island. I so wish I was still able to travel because he mentions so many places I would love to visit in person.
The hilarious and loving sequel to a hilarious and loving classic of travel writing: Notes from a Small Island, Bill Bryson's valentine to his adopted country of England.
In 1995, Bill Bryson got into his car and took a weeks-long farewell motoring trip about England before moving his family back to the United States. The book about that trip, Notes from a Small Island, is uproarious and endlessly endearing, one of the most acute and affectionate portrayals of England in all its glorious eccentricity ever written. Two decades later, he set out again to rediscover that country, and the result is The Road to Little Dribbling. Nothing is funnier than Bill Bryson on the road; prepare for the total joy and multiple episodes of unseemly laughter.