Fun book recommendation of the day
Mark Twin had been a newspaper correspondent and commentator for years, often writing humorous pieces. In 1867, he went on a pleasure cruise to Europe and the Holy Land with the intentions of sending back dispatches about his travel. Twain’s travelogue is only part travelogue. Most of it is his humorous and sometimes biting observations of his fellow passengers, and on the locals they meet along the way.
The Innocents Abroad, written by the famous author Mark Twain is details of his journey aboard with his friends from New York City to Europe and the Holy Lands in 1867. The book is a laugh-out-loud comedy and is a must-read.
His adventures produced a book so funny and provocative that turned him to an international star for the rest of his life. The Innocents Abroad, is one of the most entertaining books available. Mark Twain's humor and sarcasm will make you smile and occasionally laugh out loud! The way he describes the places that he visited makes the readers feel like they are right there with him.