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You've Gone Too Far This Time, Sir! (edition 2012)

by Danny Bent

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Member:madharasan
Title:You've Gone Too Far This Time, Sir!
Authors:Danny Bent
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2012), Paperback, 326 pages
Collections:Finished Reading
Rating:****
Tags:(Auto)Biography/Memoirs, Kindle

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Horrible, self-serving piece of gratuitous fluff. The only theme seems to be "look at me!" and it fails to live up to it. Bailed after reading about a third of the book. ( )
  librken | Oct 29, 2014 |
The true story of a primary school teacher who cycles from his home in the UK, to a school in India to raise money for the charity Actionaid. It was an amazing feat really, but I found it monotonous at times. I don't think his future lies in the literary field, but nevertheless the suffering he endured to complete this challenge left me feeling that IF I'd ever fostered thoughts of attempting such a challenge myself, then they would be relinquished forthwith! ( )
  maureen21 | May 4, 2014 |
I downloaded this book for my kindle – because it was free. It turned out to be an entertaining read. Danny Bent – a keen cyclist and a teacher in London, decides to cycle to a village in India to raise money for children’s charities. A mammoth undertaking! He Christians his bike Sheila and the two of them embark on some fabulous adventures. Danny meets a variety of characters along the way – many of them showing great kindness and generosity despite having little themselves. Danny is a colourful character and a genial companion in this cycling adventure. There are also plenty of gruesome toilet stories – which while hilarious are also rather gut wrenching. ( )
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