Friday, 15 May 2015
Vincent Crow: Export by DCJ Wardle
Series: Vincent Crow: Book 2
Release Date: 28th March 2014
Pages: 256Genres: Fiction, Comedy, Humour
Vincent's unique but ad-hoc approach to self-improvement has inspired him to journey east. He has the chance for a completely new beginning as he throws himself in to the unexplored depths of the Asian business world. The cascade of disaster that permeates Vince’s haphazard approach to personal advancement means that this new chapter of his life in a foreign country is anything but straightforward. However, Vince has the added complication of bringing his nan along for the adventure, which may not be the most astute decision he has ever made...
Having read the first book in the series I was keen to read the second book. Vincent Crow is just one of those characters that makes you face palm and sigh to yourself.........'Oh no Vincent!' The situations that Vincent gets himself into are hilarious and I am so happy that his Nan is in this book too. I love her! I think she should have her own book!
Embarking on new adventures in Asia, Vincent is trying to open a guest house with the help of a financial backer. However, things don't exactly work out for Vincent as they should and success always just seems out of his grasp. However, Vincent has 'stickability' and never gives up! He always finds a way! Vincent's whining girlfriend Natalie is not impressed with being out in the great wide world with Vincent and is less than supportive.
This is a great read with a host of really fun and quirky characters. If you want to inject a bit of humour into your life then this is a great book to do just that. I liked it!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
D.C.J. WARDLE is the author of humorous novels 'Trading Vincent Crow' and 'Vincent Crow: Export'. In January 2013 he was author of the month on www.lovewriting.co.uk.
Holding post-graduate qualifications in development management as well as community water supply engineering, over the past fifteen years, he has worked in developing countries in Africa and Asia, managing emergency and development programmes.