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Review µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Õ A J Mackinnon F the English and European countryside Good Reading A couple of uiet weeks sailing the River Severn was the intention Somehow things got out of hand a year later I had reached Romania and was still going Truly hilarious books are rare Even rarer are those based on real events Join AJ Mackinnon your charming and eccentric guide on an amazing voyage in a boat called Jack de CrowEuipped with his cheerful optimism and a pith helmet this Australian Odysseus in a dinghy travels from the borders of North Wales to the Black Sea kilometres over salt and fresh water under sail at the oars or at the end of a tow rope through twelve countries locks and numerous trials and adventures including an encounter with Balkan pirates Along the way he experiences the kindness of strangers gets very lost and perfects the art of slow travelA great travel writer and importantly a great traveller Sydney Morning HeraldNot just an adventurer but an artist philosopher and keen observer of the world around him Canberra TimesA wonderful idea for a book a series of ever bolder improvisations undertaken in praise of the spirit of adventure Times Literary SupplementA marvellous adventure and Mackinnon recounts it with humour and unflagging enthusiasm a clever and entirely engaging read Melbourne TimesMackinnons journey makes a lovely picaresue tale one dotted with English literary references and wonderful descriptions of the English and European countryside Good Readi. A very enjoyable read with some really laugh out loud funny moments Beautifully written albeit a bit tedious in a few places This is better than a travel recount and the author can really tell a good tale I wanted to really give this four and a half stars as I am not sure the subject matter will appeal to most people Although anyone who sails or has taken a river cruise can't fail to appreciate this story I suggest you also listen to a podcast of the author talking about his travels He is very amusing indeed

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The Unlikely Voyage of Jack de CrowLiterary references and wonderful descriptions of the English and European countryside Good Reading A couple of uiet weeks sailing the River Severn was the intention Somehow things got out of hand a year later I had reached Romania and was still going Truly hilarious books are rare Even rarer are those based on real events Join AJ Mackinnon your charming and eccentric guide on an amazing voyage in a boat called Jack de CrowEuipped with his cheerful optimism and a pith helmet this Australian Odysseus in a dinghy travels from the borders of North Wales to the Black Sea kilometres over salt and fresh water under sail at the oars or at the end of a tow rope through twelve countries locks and numerous trials and adventures including an encounter with Balkan pirates Along the way he experiences the kindness of strangers gets very lost and perfects the art of slow travelA great travel writer and importantly a great traveller Sydney Morning HeraldNot just an adventurer but an artist philosopher and keen observer of the world around him Canberra TimesA wonderful idea for a book a series of ever bolder improvisations undertaken in praise of the spirit of adventure Times Literary SupplementA marvellous adventure and Mackinnon recounts it with humour and unflagging enthusiasm a clever and entirely engaging read Melbourne TimesMackinnons journey makes a lovely picaresue tale one dotted with English literary references and wonderful descriptions o. I admit to giving myself a ''spoiler'' by listening to a great interview of the author and so learnt the ending before I completed the book