Book: The Liar's Guide to South America by Michael Delwichecategories: Book, Travel, Backpacking, Comedy, Romance, Fiction, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Macchu Pichu, Latin America, South America
Michael Delwicheabout this book: The Liar's Guide to South America is not a guidebook. Inside you will not find the latest currency exchange rates, hostel reviews or where to go for an authentic empanada. If you to try to use it to find your way you will wind up lost in a web of lies and deceit - which is exactly what happened to Andrew Mozart.
Stuck behind a desk processing mortgage applications, the only thing that kept Andrew going was seeing his gorgeous co-worker Sarah everyday. He was too shy to tell her how he felt - besides, a girl like that would never return his feelings, right?
But when she leaves for a gap year to South America, Andrew discovers that she did care for him after all. Now Andrew's on a plane to Rio with nothing but her last known whereabouts and a lively sense of imagination to see him through.
The Liar's Guide to South America - Don't believe a word of it.
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