The summer of 1975. Felix and Boz travel across Europe to Matala, Greece, looking for love and adventure. Or whatever comes their way. Along the way they encounter a range of hilarious characters. Meet Bixby the Buddhist policeman, draft-dodgers Brad, Parker Boy and Cheddar, and Sanchez who has forsaken the wheel. ﾠA funny and quirky tale about seeking love, evading responsibility and coming to terms with adulthood. ﾠThey waste a summer and enjoy every moment of it. ﾠ
Rule of the Road number nine: a lift in the wrong direction is better than no lift at all. ﾠ
Mike Manson is the author of ‘Where’s My Money?’(Tangent Books). He is an editor of the Bristol Review of Books and was chair of the judges of the 2009 Bristol Short Story Prize.
‘Rules of the Road confirms Manson’s stature as a top-drawer comic writer.’ﾠ Venue
ﾠWhat they said about Where’s My Money? ﾠ
‘... an engaging combination of the angst and recklessness of youth with the wit and cynicism of one more mature and worldly wise.’ Muse Magazine. ﾠ
‘... full of brilliantly observed characters... consistently witty and carries a poignant punch.’ Arthur Smith. ﾠ