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The Geography of Bliss

The Geography of Bliss
Author Eric Weiner
Country United States
Language English
Genre Nonfiction
Publisher Hachette
(Twelve Books)
Publication date
January 2008
Media type Print
Pages 329 pages
(1st Edition Hardcover)
ISBN
OCLC 164803474
910.4 22
LC Class G465 .W435 2008

The Geography of Bliss: One Grump's Search for the Happiest Places in the World is the New York Times bestselling humorous travel memoir by longtime National Public Radio foreign correspondent Eric Weiner. In the book, Weiner travels to spots around the globe—including Iceland, Bhutan, Moldova and Qatar—to search out how different countries define and pursue happiness. Weiner is also the author of Man Seeks God: My Flirtations with the Divine.

According to Kirkus Reviews, the book is "Part travelogue, part personal-discovery memoir....reads like Paul Theroux channeling David Sedaris on a particularly good day."

References

External links

  • EricWeinerBooks.com
  • Q and A with Eric Weiner about the book

Media Appearances

  • Interview on The Diane Rehm Show
  • piece on the book on NPR Weekend Edition
  • Colbert Report interview
  • Nightline interview
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