Coming from Des Moines, Iowa – because, as he notes, ‘somebody had to’ – bestselling Anglo-American author Bill Bryson has transformed narrative non-fiction for a generation with his witty, laugh-aloud-funny, observational writing. His early work was drawn from his experiences of living in the UK and America and his travels abroad, in books such as Notes From a Small Island, Notes from a Big Country, Neither Here Nor There, Down Under, The Lost Continent, A Walk in the Woods and, more recently, At Home and The Road to Little Dribbling.
Bill Bryson is also the author of several award-winning works of popular science and history, including: A Short History of Nearly Everything, One Summer, Shakespeare, England’s Icons and Seeing Further: The Story of Science and the Royal Society.
Other Books by Bill Bryson
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