Travel To the G-Spot -- The Guide Book

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  • ebook
  • 270 pages
  • Travel To the G-Spot -- The Guide Book
  • Steve Cohen
  • English
  • 04 June 2017

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Travel To the G-Spot -- The Guide Book Danny Gladstone is a travel writer with a problem he s dying Determined to make sense out of what just happened to his life, he looks back through some of his stories from around the world to figure out how he reached this disturbing closing chapter Along the way, he recounts a childhood of coddled captivity in the suburbs and not being allowed to cross the big streets alone, to exotic tales of intrigue, indulgence and debauchery in places from Thailand to Tonga to Times Square He confesses that he considers travel writing an addiction that he must overcome, and admits that he s only done it to confront his self loathing and fear of everything.He also manages to blow the lid off a secretive world of free trips and professional perks that exposes the dirty underbelly of a filthy business that is obviously not a problem to anyone but himself.It s the humorous, dark and oddly hopeful story of a character who was raised to always do his best, learns that s often not required, and, instead of just getting on with his life like everyone else, continually sabotages his own best efforts by actually questioning why that s okay It s a line of inquiry he deeply believes people should be exploring, and though time s running out for Danny, he can still remember Nana Belle, his grandmother, who made his childhood bed and cooked his soft boiled eggs, saying, It s never too late combines gritty realism, sharp social satire, awkaward comedy and a smooth, confident writing style Goodreads kinda like a little Paul Theroux, mixed with some Hunter S Thompson Stir in a tad of Philip Roth and shake vigorously Taos Cowboy a very, very funny book The Oklahoman Free Read [ Travel To the G-Spot -- The Guide Book ] By [ Steve Cohen ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Travel To the G-Spot -- The Guide Book

  1. Richard says:

    Travel to the G Spot The Guide Book is a novel by Steve Cohen, an award winning travel writer and photographer He combines gritty realism, sharp social satire, awkward comedy and a smooth, confident writing style.Danny Gladstone is a boy like those found in many a Jewish Bildungsroman Within his family, he is spoiled by a loving but domineering matriarch, Nana Belle Outside of his family, he isor less a loser and must do what he can to make his way in the world And so he does So far, Travel to the G Spot The Guide Book is a novel by Steve Cohen, an award winning travel writer and photographer He combines gritty realism, sharp social satire, awkward comedy and a smooth, confident writing style.Danny Gladstone is a boy like those found in many a Jewish Bildungsrom...

  2. Saul says:

    I was advised by a close friend to read this book, and I m happy to say it was well worth it It s funny No, it sthan that It s hilarious In fact, I found myself laughing so hard that I had to put it down and rest at times.It s been a while since a book has had that effect upon me.I myself found the book s central theme, the truth behind travel stories, quite fascinating Cohen has done a marvelous job showing how the bizarre life of travel writers can become utterly screwed up as work I was advised by a close friend to read this book, and I m happy to say it was well worth it It s funny No, it sthan that It s hilarious In fact, I found myself laughing so hard that I had to put it down and rest at times.It s been a while since a book has had that effect upon me.I myself found the book s central theme, the truth behind travel stories, quite fascinating Cohen has done a marvelous job...

  3. Sam says:

    I ve got to admit when I started reading this I wasn t overly convinced I was going to enjoy it but as the book went on I found myself getting thoroughly engrossed and strangely attached to Danny Gladstone, our narrator and disillusioned travel writer The style of the book is to give the official version of Danny s travel writing experiences then to give the real version of what happened, warts and all This is a very humourous read that gives a sneaky insight into the world of travel writing I ve got to admit when I started reading this I wasn t overly convinced I was going to enjoy it but as the book went on I found myself getting thoroughly engrossed and strangely attached to Danny Gladstone, our narrator and disillusioned travel writer The style of the book is to give the official version of Danny s travel writin...

  4. Linda Parkinson-Hardman says:

    I was intrigued by this book as I wanted to know what it was that drove the inner travel writer to express themselves What I got was a funny, alternative and very valuable insight into, what can only be described as a very murky world i...

  5. René says:

    What s interesting about this book isn t what it is but rather what it could have been The format, especially, opens all sorts of possibilities a travel writer who has rescinded his profession and offers up a selection of his travel writing, each article shadowed by a followup chapter that gives the real story behind the official, clean one.The narrator throws a few clues to where the narrative could go an estranged son who grows dist...

  6. Joshua says:

    This book is a hilarious riot of a rant by Danny Gladstone, the supposedly travel writer protagonist Danny talks about the various exploits he had to go through as a travel writer Apart from the opening and closing chapters, the book takes a back and forth format of a chapter professionally written for travel magazines and newspapers after which followed by the next chapter detailing the actual account that had happened during the travel assignment These actual accounts contain the funni This book is a hilarious riot of a rant by Danny Gladstone, the supposedly travel writer protagonist Danny talks about the various exploits he had to go through as a travel writer Apart from the opening and closing chapters, the book takes a back and forth format of a chapter professionally written for travel magazines and newspapers after which followed by th...

  7. Azma says:

    I was entertained by the author s travel stories to unusual places around the globe, his angst about masculine ideals from athletics to household provider, and the metaphoric names by which he called family members and friends The initial narrative about his doing unrestrained drugs took up lesser focus in his adult years, and the ending was ingratiating with persuasions to read this book by a man who loved his family, which in the memoir had split up Indications of unreliable narrator in a me I was entertained by the author s travel stories to unusual places around the globe, his angst about masculine ideals from athletics to household provider, and the metaphoric names by which he called family members and friends The initial narrative about his doing unrestrained drugs took up lesser focus in his adult years, and the ending was ingratiating with persuasions to read this book by a man who loved his family, which in the memoir had split up Indications of unreliable narrator in a me...

  8. Chella says:

    I have to admit, when I read the first few chapters I was wondering what the heck I had gotten myself into This is definately not the kind of book I like to read but I was determined to give it a chance Danny Gladstone is a travel writer who is dying He reminisces about his travels to different countries and the people he encounters on these trips Had Mr Gladstone been a real person and not a fictitious character I would have loved to have met...

  9. Caren Stein says:

    I really enjoyed this book The ramblings of Danny Gladstone on his many adventures could easily be a sub title I felt like I was at each destination Very funny and often dry A very enjoyable read

  10. Jim Gullo says:

    Ah, the glories of eBooks, where you can slap together any and all kinds of experimental work, empty your filing cabinets of old stuff you wrote years ago, and maybe make a few bucks off of Kindle downloads I m not complaining I applaud Steve Cohen for figuring out a way to dust off his old travel stories from newspapers and magazines and re purpose them, as they say I too have made a living as a travel writer, which he absolutely eviscerates here by indulging a whim that many of us in this p Ah, the glories of eBooks, where you can slap together any and all kinds of experimental work, empty your filing cabinets of old stuff you wrote years ago, and maybe make a few bucks off of Kindle downloads I m not complaining I applaud Steve Cohen for figuring out a way to dust off his old travel stories from newspapers and magazines and re purpose them, as they say I too have made a living as a trave...