Car Fever: The car bore's essential companion

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Hodder & Stoughton, Aug 20, 2009 - Humor - 300 pages
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When I'm in power there are going to be some changes around here, I can tell you. May's Britain is going to be a better place to live.
Top Gear’s James May is back with his hilarious and controversial opinions on . . . just about everything.
As well as writing about his first love, cars, James has a go at political correctness, the endless rules and regulations of daily life, the internal combustion engine and traffic wardens. He discusses gastropubs, Jeremy Clarkson and other trials of modern life.
His highly entertaining observations from behind the wheel will have you laughing out loud, whether you share his opinions, or not.
Car Fever is an indispensable guide to life for the modern driver.

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I thoroughly enjoyed your book Car Fever. Although I am an octenagenarian I'm amazed at your ability
to attach a motor to the most arcane subjects in an entirely entertaining fashion.
Gene Sorbo
St. Petersburg, Fl
My town of residence, often visited by honeymooners and populated by retired folk is often cited as "the home of the nearly wed and the nearly dead! Ta, ta.
 

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I love top gear so i set out to find some books. I found this one and i bought it. I have to say, I love it! James May knows how to write a book. Even if you don't agree with everything he says, it still is a good and funny book.

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About the author (2009)

James May is a writer, broadcaster and co-host of Top Gear on BBC2. He writes a weekly column in the Daily Telegraph and has presented series for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky.

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