The World At Large (Carpe Diem book 1) review ☆ 103

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The World At Large (Carpe Diem, book 1) review ☆ 103 ½ The following is an account of my journeys throughout the world What started off as a couple of months to get away for an adventure turned into a ten year journey of learning enlightenment hard times and moments that will never leave me including times of joy sorrow love pH dying for During that time I travelled to over 60 countries set foot on every continent including Antarctica; worked in over half a dozen countries; and saw relics from ancient civilisations and technological marvels of the modern world I saw the highest peak on earth the lowest valley and so much in between I visited place. Please stay tuned In the meantime can be found at

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S where they had never seen a white man before and countries ruled by governances ranging from democracies to theocracies to military regimes I saw the cruelty that humanity can have for each other as well as the love that can bind us all I fell in love had my heart broken a few times and broke a few hearts of my own Carpe Di. I enjoyed the way the book is written we feel like we are near the author and watching what is happening with the feelings that go with it Looking forward to the book 2 for adventures and less routine style story even if those made up who the writer is today

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The World At Large Carpe Diem book 1The following is an account of my journeys throughout the world What started off as a couple of months to get away for an adventure turned into a ten year journey of learning enlightenment hard times and moments that will never leave me including times of joy sorrow love pain near death experiences and experiences nearly wort. This was terrible not sure how it got such high reviews Writing style was boring for the most part and the story never really led anywhere It was also not inspiring or motivational in the least