Let's Get Lost: Adventures in the Great Wide Open

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Let's Get Lost: Adventures in the Great Wide Open

Let s Get Lost Adventures in the Great Wide Open Craig Nelson has experienced places most people only dream about He has walked the Great Wall of China taught New Guinea cannibals how to dance communed with a sign language speaking orangutan in Born

  • Title: Let's Get Lost: Adventures in the Great Wide Open
  • Author: Craig Nelson
  • ISBN: 9780446676038
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • Craig Nelson has experienced places most people only dream about He has walked the Great Wall of China taught New Guinea cannibals how to dance communed with a sign language speaking orangutan in Borneo gotten into an altercation with the People s Liberation Army in Tiananmen Square and taken psychoactive pharmaceuticals with a male witch in the depths of the jCraig Nelson has experienced places most people only dream about He has walked the Great Wall of China taught New Guinea cannibals how to dance communed with a sign language speaking orangutan in Borneo gotten into an altercation with the People s Liberation Army in Tiananmen Square and taken psychoactive pharmaceuticals with a male witch in the depths of the jungle In this vastly entertaining, often hilarious, and sometimes poignant book, he shares his global jaunts and haunts with armchair travelers everywhere.

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    One thought on “Let's Get Lost: Adventures in the Great Wide Open

    1. Joel Neff on said:

      Let's Get Lost is exactly what a travel narrative should be: Funny, insightful, and memorable. Craig Nelson takes the reader on a tour of the third world, giving advice, describing locations and people, and telling about adventures along the way. Nelson has traveled extensively, and the range of experiences in the book show that quite well.As a writer, Nelson is concise while almost poetic in his descriptions of the things he has seen. The book could easily be twice the length and still keep one [...]

    2. Tom Franklin on said:

      Craig Nelson's LET'S GET LOST is a prime example of a book that was too short by far. Nelson divides his book into five or six sections, each a separate travel experience. Those experiences are so rich and diverse, and his story-telling so funny, that I think each section should have been expanded into their own book.Too often I felt cheated by how short the chapters and sections were, and that's a rare thing.

    3. Jrobertus on said:

      funny and interesting - an overweight texan visits india, s. amer egypt, africa etc.

    4. Brian on said:

      Chrissy gave me this before I went bumming around Europe and it served as an inspiration for my misadventures there.

    5. Jeannette on said:

      This is a laugh-out-loud book. It's split into small sections perfect for a quick read.

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