Don’t Go There: From Chernobyl to North Korea-one man’s quest to lose himself and find everyone else in the world’s strangest places (Weird Travel Book 1)

August 22, 2019 - Comment

How much would you risk to change your life? After Spiegel bestselling-author Adam Fletcher is tear-gassed in street protests in Istanbul, he goes on a journey to some of the strangest places in the world with his eccentric German girlfriend, Annett.  – He freezes in a blizzard in China.– Ruins a mass dance in North

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How much would you risk to change your life?

After Spiegel bestselling-author Adam Fletcher is tear-gassed in street protests in Istanbul, he goes on a journey to some of the strangest places in the world with his eccentric German girlfriend, Annett. 

– He freezes in a blizzard in China.
– Ruins a mass dance in North Korea. 
– Experiences corruption in Soviet-breakaway Transnistria. 
– Ponders the apocalypse in Chernobyl. 
– Gets stopped by the police on the way to libertarian utopia Liberland.
– And meets the devil incarnate on a night bus in Moldova. 

But his quest to better understand himself (and everyone else) will threaten his world view, sanity, and their relationship. Is the price worth paying?

Don’t Go There is a hilarious travel memoir full of interesting characters, uncomfortable moments, unusual destinations, and British humour that will appeal to lovers of Bill Bryson, Douglas Adams, and David Sedaris.

Take a trip with Adam Fletcher, visa and mosquito free today!

Amazon US/UK bestseller: #1 Literary Travel, Adventure Travel, North & South Korea

“A must read! This book is a true eye opener.” Amazon US, Sam

“Honest, funny, insightful, and informative. This book is a must read for the international traveler.”  Amazon US, Susan Mopper

“I have to say that this is the best book I have read ever.” Michael T. Rabb

“I guarantee you will laugh, cry and feel his pain. Please keep writing Adam.” Kathy McAllister

Comments

Anonymous says:

Really funny and eye opening, and sweeps you along at a great pace If a much younger Bill Bryson went to weird and dangerous places, consistently chose the worst people to guide him and then made entertainingly misjudged decisions while there, this is the book he’d write. It’s great – really funny and eye opening, and sweeps you along at a great pace. The best thing is that I feel like the author’s gone to all these places for me, so I can get the experience of having been to, say, Chernobyl or North Korea while sitting at home drinking tea.

Anonymous says:

I wouldn’t bother…… I would not waste your money, despite the good reviews on Amazon I am not sure this chap is a published author? The book does not appear to have been proof read properly and is amateurish. No comparison with Bill Bryson can be made…Really disappointed.

Anonymous says:

Entertaining and informative I am a voracious reader of travelogues/memoirs from every part of the world (and I have to say that the great majority of them make for somewhat hackneyed reading), but Adam Fletche r’s Don’t Go There is one of the few that are an absolute delight to read.The author has the light, poignant touch of a Bill Bryson, a David Sedaris or a Peter Mayle, and his style is fast-paced and witty, which makes the book wryly entertaining. But at the same time his tales are highly…

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