Book Review: #Blogtour – The Bespokist Society Guide to London @rachelsrandomresources

Blogtour – Thursday 9th August

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Hello All

Welcome back to my blog; I love introducing you all to the new books that come my way; whether it be hard hitting drama or a sexy romance. This book that I received thanks to the lovely blog host;

Rachel – (Rachels Random Resources – www.rachelsrandomresources.com)

This tiny gem of a book was funny from the very first page; I admit I was drawn in completely from the start and I really did believe that there was a store dedicated to ‘clothes hangers’. It was funny, witty and very entertaining.

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A little bit about the Author.


The Author

The Bespokist Society Guide to London is a work of fiction written by born and bred Londoner, Jeremy Liebster. Somewhat surprisingly, Jeremy is also a city lawyer – formerly at DLA Piper and now a General Counsel within a large private equity group. Jeremy is utterly obsessed with travel books and although he might poke fun at urban fads, hipster fried chicken is his guilty pleasure. He also has an unusual interest in clothes hangers.


About the Book

“sparse… some glaring omissions” FoodPorn London

“only page 23 is of mild interest” http://www.londonpetlover.com

“Wow!!! A genuinely bespoke city guide!!!” Tommy Sponge, Chairman, The Bespokist Society

You have in your hands one of the most curated city guides ever created. As the first travel book produced by the hugely influential Bespokist Society, this handy guide takes you to a London you’ve never seen: a London of challenging Etruscan restaurants, edgy branding parlours, emoji hotels and hidden Icelandic communities; a London where 8-ply toilet paper is a thing.

On the way, meet an eclectic band of inspiring Londoners – from scriveners to socialites via urban wordsmiths and coffee preachers – and see why London is now the global epicentre of Bespokist consciousness, community and culture.


My Review

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This book is very cute in appearance; perfect for fitting in any handbag. The content is brilliantly inventive; and creates fantastic reading material. I laughed out loud at most of the content in this book; it was witty, intelligent and had me howling in laughter! I was almost disappointed that I couldn’t visit somewhere to solely pamper my bottom!

If you love or loathe London then you still find this book enjoyable. It is entertaining form the very first page and I recommend to anyone who wants a light, funny read.


Conclusion

Give this book a read; it is inventive and full of fun! I whole-heartedly recommend this book! 🙂

Rating – 4 out of 5

Check out the other reviews from some fellow bloggers

 

Thanks All

 

S x

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