Not Tonight, Josephine: A Road Trip Through Small-Town America

Not Tonight, Josephine: A Road Trip Through Small-Town America

Two Brits, George and Mark, set off from New York City to explore the back roads of America. In this calamity-ridden travel tale, George sets out in true clichéd fashion to discover the real America.

Throw in plenty of run-ins with the police, rapidly dwindling finances and Josephine – the worst car in the world - and you have all the ingredients for a classic American road trip. Will George and Mark make it all the way to California?

And then there is Rachel, George’s girlfriend, left back in England. Would travelling to the United States without her turn out to be the stupidest decision he had ever made?

Title:Not Tonight, Josephine: A Road Trip Through Small-Town America
Edition Language:English
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    Not Tonight, Josephine: A Road Trip Through Small-Town America Reviews

  • Sheila

    George Mahood writes very funny travel books which I thoroughly enjoy. In this one he recounts his early adventures in the US with friends in a beat up minivan named Josephine.As expected, Josephine d...

  • Angela Beske

    I loved this book!!! It came to me via one of Amazon's "$1.99" sales: I read some of the reviews and thought "What do I have to loose?" I was in for such a wonderful ride! I am German, lived in Northe...

  • Craig Strachan

    Like the rest of George's books, this is a lighthearted, informative and entertaining read. In this book he takes us on a roadtrip around USA in a manner than only a cash-strapped student can. Full of...

  • Mike Reuther

    A funny travel book. Highly recommended....

  • Dawn Peterson

    It's summer. I have 4 teens. The PS4 is getting a workout. So is the Netflix account. (Before you develop an unflattering picture in your mind, they are also running and strength training, and working...

  • E.J. Bauer

    How not to drive across the USA. I kept expecting this ill-advised jaunt to shudder to an ignominious halt in the middle of nowhere. However the author and his crazy friend kept Josephine, their long-...

  • Irene Moyer

    Wonderful readI have read most oh the Mahood books and this might be my new favorite along with Free Country. It is fascinating, informative, funny, and actually riveting, with a dash of romance. I am...

  • Kristina Trawick

    As an American......The author did the U.S. justice. How lucky for him to get to see so much of it off the beaten track. Lots of laughing out loud, as per usual for his books. ...

  • thefourthvine

    It’s always educational to read a book about the US written by someone not from here; it’s a fascinating look at what other people see and expect and are surprised by. And that’s mostly why this...

  • Adam Richards

    Great readLoved reading this. Brought back lots of memories of when my wife and i did a similar thing a few years ago. We were bricking it on Angels Landing as well! Another great book from George....