The Lost Continent

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Memorable, honest and side splittingly humorous.

Title: The Lost Continent

Author: Bill Bryson

Year: 1989

Summary:A witty tale of travels in small-town America. Bill takes us on an entertaining and deeply descriptive journey across America, detailing his encounters mile by mile in an unashamedly hilarious manner. Bryson's writing style is satirical, sarcastic, funny, memorable and heartwarming.

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