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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here No, no, this is really, really bad I got through Chapter 1, the writing was terrible, but I thought Oh well, it s not a literary masterpiece but I can put up with it for the sake of the story I was slightly worried when I got to the story of the friend, the rosebush This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I need a new face because after reading this book I laughed mine off I loved every single story Pauli shared in this book and i really liked the authentic A Take No Prisoners Approach To Life Has Seen Paul Carter Heading To Some Of The World S Most Remote, Wild And Dangerous Places As A Contractor In The Oil Business Amazingly, He S Survived, To Tell These Stories From The Edge Of Civilization, And Reason My mother laughed uproariously throughout this book, then thrust it into my hands and said, You must read this When she saw that I was planning to read it on the train, she was worried You might laugh too much.There are some hilarious points to this book, one of them involving a clever monkey and a ke This book was totally hilarious Wonderful holiday reading, I used it as a reward whilst shifting house Ok, clean another room you get to read a chapter, pack a few boxes you get two chapters..Paul Carter works in the oil industry, and the book is like a succession of boy s own adventures, or the plot of a Cohen movie where the real becomes the bizarre, and I kept thinking did that really happen Just one little taster this apparently occurred in the jungle in Borneo Nothing in the j This book was totally hilarious W I enjoyed it I could relate to some of the stuff mentioned in the book. A series of anecdotes, compulsively readable, very funny at times The reader is just happy to learn about these faraway places and bizarre happenings from the safety of a book All in all, many LOLs, and never a dull moment Recommended.Other reviewers have remarked that the author has a lot of material but could ve donewith it Well, yes and no The point of the book is not to be a travelogue but ra This book has been in my to read list for a while but i cant remember why i added it I think I heard a radio interview with the author but maybe the title just caught my attention This book is an easy read and mildly amusing I d recommend itto men who don t read very often Lots of fart and poop jokes and stories of getting drunk and into bar fights Probably not my usual thing My favorite part was the monkey who smoked a pack a day This memoir shares a lot about oil rigs and the cul This book has been in my to read list for a while but i cant remember why i added it I think I heard a radio interview with the author but maybe the title just caught my attention This book is an easy read and mildly amusing I d recommend itto men who don t read very often Lots of fart and po First, know what you re getting here Not an indictment of the oil industry or anything like that A series of amusing tales related to working on oil rigs in some pretty wild locations.It s compulsively readable Sort of like I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell except you don t get that feeling that the author is trying to explain how awesome he is at any point There are shit stories,than one story about a monkey although if we re going to get picky, one story is about an orangutan, which is First, know what you re gett The author and narrator was irritating and just seemed to be about fighting and macho activities If you like this you ll love the book Despite that,towards the end I began to warm to him Also he is a good storyteller Hence 3 stars Otherwise for irritation I would have given him 5 out of 5