Notes From a Very Small Island
Notes From a Very Small Island is the follow-
In this second book, the couple continue their attempts to fit in with the village community, but it’s not always easy, and more often than not their endeavours involve them in in hilarious disasters.
They also now try to start some projects up, but they have to battle with maddening
Although largely a light hearted tale, the book is also a heartfelt insight into a community trying to adjust to being members of the EU and the ways of the Western World.
Reviews for Under a Croatian Sun:
‘It’s escapism that really works. Full of acute observation, uncontrollable humour
and a rousing climax.’ -
‘To his credit Stancomb resists the stereotype of the closed-
‘A thoroughly good read -
‘This is not a tale of your usual English couple. This is such a fantastic read ...
both humorous and thought provoking.’ -
‘The author presents this quirky little tale in an honest way, even when he is on
the receiving end of a joke. You don’t need to make a break with your past to enjoy
this book. It is a fascinating, humorous and totally believable read.’ -
‘A good read. I enjoyed best the humorous bits.’ Tony Rossiter (author of It’s Only a Bloody Game)
‘A good read.’ -