After Gary announces that he will no longer fly, his wife, Poppo books a coach holiday to Lake Como. One week later, with the newly acquired kittens dropped off at the cattery, Gary and Poppo embark on a twenty-four hour coach journey to Italy.
While the book itself is a narrative account of a journey to Lake Como the Coach to Como is the story of survival, recovery and revelation. A colourful but incredibly honest account of the journey Gary has undertaken since he has come to terms with his ego, his internal struggles with life, loneliness, BPD, bipolar, rebelliousness and self-destructive behaviour.
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About the Author
In 2010, he left behind a career in education and moved to a small Spanish village, where he began his lifelong dream of writing.
His first book, Spanish Yarns and Beyond, is a humorous account of his time in Spain. 'A great play on words, witty and well written,' was how one reviewer described the book.
A Bricklayer's Tales, published in 2013, is a collection of ten tales, including: Angel Dust, the peculiar story of a man whose new life in America leads to conversations with Ancient Greek philosophers. Mrs. McClintock, an absurd farce in which a Glaswegian couple retire to Spain, and A Bricklayer's Tale, the story of a disillusioned, alcoholic bricklayer.
Since then Gary has gone on to write seven books.
Gary now lives in Hampshire, with his partner Marina where he continues to write.