How to Survive Family Holidays
- Author Jack Whitehall with Hilary and Michael Whitehall
- Narrator Hilary Whitehall, Jack Whitehall, Michael Whitehall
- Publisher Little, Brown Book Group
- Run Time 7 hours and 38 minutes
- Format Audio
- Genre Humour, Travel and holiday, Travel guides: holidays with children / family holidays, Travel tips and advice: general, TV tie-in humour.
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What to expect
Read by Jack, Michael and Hilary Whitehall, this audiobook includes exclusive material not available in the book, plus a hilarious blooper reel at the end.
One part Lonely Planet, one part tell-all family memoir, this is the definitive and hilarious guide on how to survive your family holiday, by Jack Whitehall, with a little bit of help from Michael and Hilary Whitehall.
No one family has more experience of travelling together than the Whitehalls. Indeed they’ve been allowing us a window to their escapades for the past five years in the hit Netflix show ‘Travels with my Father’ and in this hilarious book they have now decided to pool their advice for fellow travellers. To lay out the pitfalls of family holidays. The dos and don’ts, the highs and lows. In doing so they are sharing some of their best anecdotes. Their most extreme experiences and their most valuable advice. It is part memoir of family life, part travel guide, and full on, laugh-out-loud funny.
Whatever your version of holiday preparation the truth is always this: if it is with one’s own family, no amount of sunshine, wine or holiday spirit will stop your worst character traits coming to the surface. You have just volunteered to spend a week in close proximity with the people who know you best and who will never ever let you forget a f***-up. No one survives unscathed. Things are always going to end in tears, you can only hope they’re of laughter.
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