The Road to Little Dribbling - Bill Bryson

The Road to Little Dribbling

By Bill Bryson

  • Release Date: 2016-01-19
  • Genre: Europe
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4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 180 Ratings)

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  • The Road to Little Dribbling

    By Peeler3
    Bill Bryson you are a fabulous writer. I am an American citizen & have lived in Florida for the last 25 years. I come from the North of England born in Newcastle where I stayed for 40 years & travelled extensively around Britain in that time. You have taken me back to my roots & taken me places I have not been for many years. Made me laugh & smile @ your observations of places & people. You know the British so well. Thank you so much for your many amazing books. Pat Hudson
  • Nice sequel....

    By Ramón made me buy this
    Perhaps not as funny as NOTES FROM A SMALL ISLAND, but just as informative. Bryson is hard to beat.
  • Still worth it

    By Bob 123457897654321
    I greatly enjoy this author's work but he phoned this one in. Still, Bryson with a B- effort is still a good read.
  • Too much of GREAT thing

    By foie gras
    A marvelous meandering through more places, history, trivia, ideas, and personalities than can possibly be absorbed. Loved it.
  • Repetitive blather

    By A Ladybug Named Dinah
    Bill Bryson can be very funny as he was in the first 20 pages of his first book chronicling his treks around Britton. In his second book, a 20- year hiatus from the first, he is more cynical and political. Unless the reader is somewhat familiar with all of the small towns he visits, the book dissolves into similar minutia-- where he had dinner, the condition of the mattress, and the occasional odd personalities he encounters. The book is a disappointment.
  • Good but not great

    By NewsHound340
    One will always find Bill Bryson interesting, and of course his humor lends much to his writing. This book however just doesn't quite hit the mark, doesn't quite connect the reader with the Britain he describes. There is almost a feeling of writing it because he had to, rather than because he wanted to. Having said all that, it's enjoyable and relaxing to read, and really quite likable.
  • Just had to get the hardcover

    By Nickknames alll taken
    You had me at Chips and gravy with Black Forest gateau for desert.
  • Annoying fun

    By GVisgilio
    Bill can still inject humor into the simplest aspects of living and is at his best when commenting on the Brits. But when (and why) did he start with the snarky political references to American political conservatives he clearly dislikes. He's now become the Michael Moore of authors and that's no compliment Billy-boy.

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