Jeremy Clarkson is the weekend writer for the The Sunday Times when he isn't writing for the tabloid paper the Sun. The narrator of Round The Bend is Alan Cutter, an aircraft engineer, pilot and entrepreneur who starts an air freight business in Bahrain. The narrator of Round The Bend is Alan Cutter, an aircraft engineer, pilot and entrepreneur who starts an air freight business in Bahrain. Leslie Greener's No Time To Look Back (Viking) —published last Spring — was a significant and moving novel in this genre. The narrator of Round The Bend is Alan Cutter, an aircraft engineer, pilot and entrepreneur who starts an air freight business in Bahrain. Round the Bend is an adventure/romance novel set in the first half of the 20th Century. Each article is ostensibly a review of a particular car, but usually ends up being a serious of funny anecdotes before finishing with a small mention of the car concerned. The two central characters, Jessica (Jess) and Myles are brought together through circumstance and we watch their relationship grow as they help each other battle with different demons from their past. This is the second novel of Shute's that I've read. The story is the account of his friendship with Connie Shaklin, an engineer who founds a new religion. This is the second novel of Shute's that I've read. The book takes Clarksons' personal observations of daily and the state of the rest of the world, and condense them down to book form. His writing is witty and humorous. The first was the most famous; On The Beach. The story is the account of his friendship with Connie Shaklin, an engineer who founds a new religion.

ROUND THE BEND by Nevil Shute ‧ RELEASE DATE: Jan. 31, 1950 Another straw in the wind suggesting a new trend in novels of spiritual import. This is the second novel of Shute's that I've read. The story is the account of his friendship with Connie Shaklin, an engineer who founds a new religion. The first was the most famous; On The Beach. The first was the most famous; On The Beach. 'Around The Bend' is an intriguing story about human relationships, breakdowns and recovery. It explores the themes of friendship, the early days of civil aviation, discrimination & prejudice, and how humanity might respond to a new Prophet or Manifestation were he to appear in the middle of the 20th century. First published in 2011, Round the Bend is a collection of humorous articles previously published from 2008-2009.