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Part Two: 1979-1984 includes: The Orient Express; Rudyard Kipling; Railways of the Raj; Graham Greene's Traveling Companion; and Sunrise with Seamonsters.
©1985 Cape Cod Scriveners Company; (P)1988 Recorded Books, LLC

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A collection of classic travel book reviews

I was hoping to hear more about Paul Theroux's traveling.Instead he reviews Kipling and other classic travel literature which was interesting,but I don't always like the classical stuff as much as the modern travelogue.There were a couple of short essays of Paul's travels,but having to pay for two parts really wasn't worth the credits.Buy Dark Star Safari or Ghost train for a much better adventure.Buy London Embassy or Elephanta Suite for some entertaining short stories.This one was worth a pass.