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Real Men Eat Puffer Fish: And 93 Other Dangerous Things To Consider

Robert Twigger

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Prose: non-fiction, Travel writing

The Dangerous Book for Men, not boys.

Every man has faced that emergency where a car needs to be broken into and hot-wired; just as every man needs to be able to mix the perfect dry Martini.

The world is a dangerous and unpredictable place; a man never knows when he might be called upon to start a fire with just a coke can, win at croquet or drive a T34 tank.

Twigger has plenty of experience of facing down bears, building coracles, swimming with sharks - now he shows every man how to cook a hedgehog, commit hara-kiri and land a Boeing 747.

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Praise for Real Men Eat Puffer Fish: And 93 Other Dangerous Things To Consider

  • Hugely entertaining - WESTERN DAILY PRESS

  • Sage advice on any and every sort of bizarre dilemma facing the modern chap - BIG ISSUE IN THE NORTH

  • A bona fide media daredevil with brains and balls beyond the norm - Daily Telegraph - Andrew Martin

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Robert Twigger

Robert Twigger is a British author, poet and adventurer. After attending Oxford University he trained with the Tokyo Riot Police, which became the subject of his bestselling book Angry White Pyjamas. He has been awarded the Newdigate Prize for poetry, the Somerset Maugham Award for Literature and the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award.

He led the expedition that was the first to cross the Great Sand Sea of the Egyptian Sahara solely on foot, and another that was the first to cross Western Canada in a birchbark canoe since 1793. He is the author of eight books, both fiction and non-fiction, as well as several collections of poetry. Big Snake was filmed for Channel 4.

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