Molvania 10th Anniversary Edition by Santo Cilauro, Rob Sitch & Tom Gleisner

Molvania 10th Anniversary Edition

By Santo Cilauro, Rob Sitch & Tom Gleisner

  • Release Date: 2013-10-01
  • Genre: Humour
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Description

Molvanîa – a land (still) untouched by modern dentistry is the definitive guide to one of Eastern Europe's most overlooked destinations. Once known only by war historians and Soviet drug runners, this landlocked republic is now finally being discovered by the discerning traveller. And this latest Jetlag guide – newly updated to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its original release – offers all you need to know about getting there, getting around and safely escaping the forgotten jewel that is Molvania.

'It is, hands down, the funniest travel book ever written.' – PHILLY.COM
'…sublimely brilliant.' – THE NEW YORK TIMES
'Magnificently executed' – TIME OUT
'it's a hoot' – LOS ANGELES TIMES
'Belly laughs are the order of day…' – THE WASHINGTON TIMES
'It's Fielding, Fodor and Frommer meets Monty Python' – PHILIDELPHIA INQUIRER
'The funniest faux guide book ever written.' – NEW YORK SUN
'What a hoot.' – WASHINGTON POST
'...so funny it's a rollick' – PITTSBURGH POST GAZETTE
'A pitch perfect parody.' – SMOKY MOUNTAIN NEWS
'Sheer genius!' – VOGUE ENTERTAINING & TRAVEL

Australia's iconic comedy team of Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner and Rob Sitch have worked together for almost three decades under the banner of Working Dog. They have produced a vast body of internationally acclaimed works including two award-winning feature films, The Castle and The Dish, and a string of television classics such as Frontline, A River Somewhere, The Campaign, Funky Squad, The Late Show, The Hollowmen and All Aussie Adventures. Their other books include bestsellers Phaic Tan, San Sombrero and Warwick Todd.

Reviews

  • Alright but too long

    3
    By Jbthomas111
    The main problem with this book is that it is displayed like a PDF - which means it is quite hard to read. The humour is good, but it is 197 pages of essentially the same joke. Often we put up with a travel books style as it is enlightening, in this case it is futile as it doesn't exist.

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