About this book
Trade paperback. Subtitled, "Travels Through Unloved Britain". An account of a 3812 mile odyssey through less salubrious areas of Britain, from the author of "I Believe In Yesterday" and "French Revolutions". *Also appeared in October Buyer's Notes, under the title "Highway To Hell"*
Following an itinerary drawn up from surveys, and polls, the author goes to places that nobody wants to go to - the bleakest towns, the shonkiest hotels, and the scariest pubs. This book is about his journey through deep-fried, brownfield, poundshop Britain, a crash course in urban blight, deranged civic planning and commercial eccentricity.