You can find the book for sale on Amazon. It's done well for itself - most likely a result of its unique take on the mental strain the concentration camps put on prisoners in the second World War, narrated through the pen of a concentration camp inmate, a trained philosopher named Viktor Frankl. Since its inception in 1946 it has sold 10 million copies and has been translated in 24 languages. It's a short read, but for what it's worth, I like to believe it has made an impact in my life. Given that it's Christmas eve, I figured the left field post was somewhat justified. For what it's worth, here's a bit of suitable-to-the-blog inspiration; albeit not entirely mine.
|The British manor with vintage fuel powered goodness sprinkled throughout.|
|The British manor contents. Priceless objects crammed into small spaces.|
|The storage facility down the road. More priceless objects adjoined by a state of art shop and man cave.|
|Joining road rallies left right and centre. This one in Marrakesh, Morocco, Gumboil 3000 2004 with Lonman's GT2 in view.|