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Boogie Up the River

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  • Title: Boogie Up the River
  • Author: Mark Wallington
  • ISBN: 9780099659105
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback

✓ Boogie Up the River ↠ Mark Wallington, Boogie Up the River, Mark Wallington, Boogie Up the River None

Boogie Up the River

✓ Boogie Up the River ↠ Mark Wallington ✓ Boogie Up the River ↠ Mark Wallington - Boogie Up the River, Boogie Up the River None Boogie Up the River

  • ✓ Boogie Up the River ↠ Mark Wallington
    153Mark Wallington
Boogie Up the River

948 Comment Boogie Up the River

  1. The writing is fluent and readable I found myself right there by those river banks.The style of expression perfectly captures the scene


  2. This actually came in a one volume omnibus Travels with Boogie combined with the original 500 Mile Walkies.I almost didn t bother carrying on into this second book, especially having read a review that liked 500 Mile Walkies but felt Boogie Up the River was lacking I am glad I did as I found this book engaging.I fervently hope that the ghastly Jennifer is entirely a figment of Mark Wallington s imagination but she made a grand tale of an unreliable not really quite girlfriend.I enjoyed his thou [...]


  3. I once found this book sitting on a table, while I waited for an interview, and picked it up That was the worst pre interview decision I have ever made.Mark Wallington led me through a story which left me giggling through the entire interview Maybe it s his portrayal of the wildlife Maybe it s his portrayal of Boogie Maybe, just maybe, he s that good I opt for the latter, and I think you will too.Boogie Up the River is an account of one man s drive to find the source of the Thames In the process [...]


  4. This is the second Mark Wallington book I ve read, and it didn t disappoint It s the account of his attempt to find the source of the Thames one summer, together with his dog, Boogie, and his elusive girlfriend, Jennifer She is a major part of the book even though we only meet her for a short period.Wallington s wry humour and dry wit make what could be quite a dull storyline an absolute delight.


  5. It s a great book, if you like English humour It can ve hilarious, as when Boogie buries Mark s GF s mobile phone first cell after a night spent smelling the dog s farts from eating bad curry His paramour makes his restful toodle up the river into a race, and he is well rid of her.Boogie is very expert at begging and often has had choice tidbits before Mark even gets to the pub.


  6. This is a really fun, light, travel read of the roadtrip variety, except it s a river trip Wallington keeps you entertained Although purportedly nonfiction, I take this as partly novelized.



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