Join our titular hero and his stalwart wife when, after 40 years of living in the UK, he uproots and travels through Singapore, Canada and finally Thailand, taking on all the world can throw at him.
It is surely only a matter of time before Dan Ogilvie has fame and fortune beyond his wildest dreams as he mixes the comedic surprise of a Tom Sharpe, the descriptive prose of a Hilary Mantel, and the characterisation of a Charles Dickens into an autobiography that is a bravura delight. (O.K., now may I have my children back. You can keep the young one. No really, I don’t want him back.)
Stanley Misanthrope, Literary critic and agony uncle for the Portsmouth Poseur Weekly.
I would rather have testicular cancer than be forced to read another word of this prosodic diarrhoea.
Ashley Loveit, Flaneur and cookery correspondent for the Portsmouth Poseur Weekly.