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Andrea Montgomery – The Banana Road


‘The Banana Road is an engaging and lively account of what it’s really like to up sticks and move to Tenerife. A fascinating cast of characters, both human and animal, make for an entertaining read that will appeal to anyone who’s ever drifted off in the sunshine dreaming of extending their holiday on this subtropical island.’
Helen Ochyra, travel writer and author of Scotland Beyond the Bagpipes;

‘Andrea Montgomery is inspiring, bold and courageous in her life and in her writing. This is a remarkable story, told with wit and warmth. You won’t be able to put ‘The Banana Road’ down once you start it.’
Helen Mort, author of Black Car Burning

Ash Watson – Because Japan


‘I enjoyed following the experiences and found the flow and context of the book up to date and full of relatable experiences.’

‘I cannot recommend this enough. You won’t be disappointed.’

‘The author offers his best and honest observations of the Japanese culture with funny, honest and light-hearted stories that will keep you asking for more. Highly recommend!’

Sharon Cracknell – Secret Lands, Petrol Clams and a Bagful of Bolivar


‘From the thrilling nail biting start in Venezuela, through the secretive country of North Korea to vibrant Cuba, Sharon writes in a way which makes you feel like you are there with her.’

‘Her engaging style draws one in and I was there, with her, totally immersed in the traumas and horrors as they were unfolding.’

‘Gripping, funny and informative, this book is a must read. I would definitely recommend it. The best read in a long time.’

Sue Birley – Travels with a Brompton in the Cévennes and other regions


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“Sue Birley has written a tale of great charm and frankly of daunting endurance. Faced with the near impossibility of getting ‘big bikes’ on Eurostar and French trains, our author arrived at the logically unassailable if entirely batty decision to use that famed folder, the Brompton. I recommend this delightful book to anyone who believes that the journey is the destination and that gentle (and often uphill) adventure is the stuff of life.” 

Hugh Dancy, actor