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Buddha's Tooth

Downloads: 28565         Pages: 198

Published: 4 years ago

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Author: Robert A. Webster

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Some people are born to be heroes. Some people earn it through years of trying. This FREE e-Book introduces you to three likely lads who have had heroism strangely dropped on their heads. Enjoy the first adventures of Nicholas (Nick) Godfrey, Stuart (Stu) Wilson, and Spock--three unattached, English, horny, thirty-something lads on holiday, as they almost battle with evil forces, almost rescue damsels in distress, and almost save a country from total destruction. They definitely do however, drink copious amounts of amber fluid, and have lots of horizontal fun. The story is set mostly in the amazing city of Pattaya on the eastern seaboard of Thailand. Lush green palm trees, crystal clear waters, warm golden sand, and herds of buffalo wandering aimlessly over grassy meadows, you will not find there. However, chrome pole molesters (go-go dancers), ogling dens, cheap amber fluid, and beautiful, accommodating ladies more than make up for it. Follow their hilarious antics through the many stages of intoxication; from “juiced” through “spannered” and “shitfaced”, up to the ultimate stage of being totally “wankered”, as they unknowingly enter into a chase between good and evil for the recovery of an ancient holy relic. Enter into a diverse culture of the people of Southeast Asia, whose attitudes, traditions, and lives have, and will always remain, a mystery to the Western world. So, unless you like stories about buffalo, read and enjoy this FREE e-Book- an absolute must-read survival guide for anyone traveling to “The Land of Smiles”. Download this FREE e-Book today!

jane Nolan

Funny and a good read


Gaurav Vaidya

Misadventures of three friends, booze, thai women, sex and a monk on a journey to return back the stolen relic, it is a complete guy's book. It was a good read, it is recommendable if you are looking for not way too complicated fiction story.


Aikoo

Good Holiday book.Relaxed,thrilling reading


Guilherme

Easy to read,revealing an ancient and interesting world.


phil sellers

hilarious book ! i own a bar on soi6 pattaya and he is so right !


david knapp

Enjoyed the read and downloaded the next adventure for the boys. Only criticism is the incorrect use of the word was it should have, on many occasions, been were. This dis not detract from the descriptive writing which did help you visualize the locations well.


kittykat

Great book. Made me laugh and remember my time in Thailand


Anonymous

Great descriptions of the Thai (or many other SE Asian) bar scenes etc... makes the story credible.


kerry eggleton

Great book.Highly recommended. At last a funny adventure


richard

Funny funny book and great adventure .Had fun reading it and would highly recommend this book especially if visiting Thailand as it is very factual


Rob

Great book, very funny adventure and informative, especially as I visited the places mentioned. Very true to life very enjoyable and highly recommended.


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