le 27 novembre 2013
I loved Joe Cawley's first book (More Ketchup than Salsa), so it was with great anticipation that I bought this long-awaited sequel. This book was not as good as the first one. It was even better! The people and places so brilliantly described and introduced in the first book give this book a lovely sense of familiarity, yet the new characters and adventures create plenty of fresh interest. This book is more dramatic than the first and, in many ways, a lot more personal as Joe provides a raw, honest and very amusing insight into the experiences of running a bar abroad. Very excited to see what happens in the next instalment of Joe Cawley's life.