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  • Paperback: 287 pages
  • Publisher: Summer Nomad Publications (2013)
  • ISBN-10: 0987670336
  • ISBN-13: 978-0987670335
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #700,377 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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ABOUT THE BOOK: Neil Jarvis believes that the wild and sexy Jordan is the best thing in his otherwise predictable life. So when she mysteriously disappears in England after their first big fight, he drops everything in order to search for her and win back her heart. Now while his journey begins in the rock 'n' roll wonderland of London, it unexpectedly leads him to the chaotic debauchery of Pamplona's San Fermin Festival. And that's where salacious secrets are uncovered that inevitably test Neil and Jordan's roller coaster relationship-and threaten to tear them apart. FOR PHOTOS & EXCERPTS AND TO CHECK OUT MEYER'S "BULLETS, BUTTERFLIES, AND ITALY": Please visit www.johnmeyerbooks.com

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I loved this book. The characters are well developed yet not at all typical, and I never really knew what the outcome was going to be.
The voice of the narrator, Neil, is still in my head. He is so well written and fleshed out I feel like I know him and his innermost thoughts. He is witty, charming, and disarmingly frank. I was thoroughly on board with his journey, and writer John Meyer definitely takes the reader on that journey, from Toronto to London and Pamplona. I read this book on a beach in Mexico, and actually yearned to travel back to London as I read his vivid descriptions, full of unknown facts on the area.
I highly recommend this book, especially to travel aficionados and those who want a great story about true, warts and all characters that you can't forget.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Laura on Dec 6 2013
Format: Paperback
Just finished reading Bulls, Bands and London and enjoyed every page. Couldn't put it down the night I started reading it and was halfway through before I was forced to turn out the light for the night. If you're a fan of travel, Britpop, London or Spain then you'll enjoy this fictional travel memoir. This is the author's second book and he has really hit his stride with his characters and you feel that you are traveling along with the lead character Neil as he journeys through London and Pamplona in search of his love Jordan. Some twists and turns, along with running of the bulls, and you have a very satisfactory conclusion to this book.
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"Bulls, Bands, and London" is so different from typical fiction. Casual and easy to read…like I was talking to a friend. It has it all: romance, travel, wit, culture, including some heart pumping excitement with the Running of the Bulls. And half the fun is all the anticipation! But does he get the girl? And is she even right for him? Despite all the angst, there is something romantic about just going for it! Would totally recommend!!
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