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A Ride In The Neon Sun By Josie Dew

A Ride In The Neon Sun
by Josie Dew

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The third in her series of cycling books sees Josie Dew riding east with the rising sun - to Japan.
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A Ride In The Neon Sun Summary

A Ride In The Neon Sun: A Gaijin in Japan by Josie Dew

Josie spent eight months cycling round Japan, starting with Tokyo - the hustle and bustle of a very busy city with masses of cars, neon lights and fast food takeaways. Tokyo has a population of 27 million. Then she went on to the country, getting to know the land (75% of Japan is mountainous) and the people. Jodie, as most people called her, found it a fascinating country and A RIDE IN THE NEON SUN is full of wonderful anecdotes.

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A Ride In The Neon Sun Reviews

'Josie Dew's efforts pay off, enabling you to freewheel effortlessly through this riveting country' TIME OUT 'It is her well-developed sense of the ridiculous which makes her adventures so entertaining.'TODAY 'Her writing is witty, sharp and sparkles with vitality.'THE GOOD BOOK GUIDE 'A female Bill Bryson...A RIDE IN THE NEON SUN is full of delights' TLS 'Entertaining...Josie Dew has an eye for the absurd, and she found it aplenty in the fascinatingly diverse culture of Japan' IRISH NEWS 'Josie is an acute observer of foreign lands. A highly engaging travel companion' MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS '...detailed, insightful and often downright hilarious' SUNDAY TRIBUNE (IRELAND) 'Dew paints a vivid portrait of contemporary Japan, both urban and rural, and emerges as a survivor.' EVENING HERALD (Ireland)

About Josie Dew

Josie, still only thirty-two, has covered more miles and visited more countries on her bike than most people will ever travel by plane in their entire lives.

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A Ride In The Neon Sun: A Gaijin in Japan by Josie Dew
Josie Dew
Used - Very Good
Little, Brown & Company
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