Just to encourage those few slowcoaches who have not yet grabbed a print or Kindle version of this bestseller. The book was very favourably written up (March 21st) on Amazon's site, by one 'flotsam', who awarded it <u>five stars</u>, and wrote a review headed, 'Does What It Says On The Tin': 'Downloaded this while waiting for a flight at Heathrow. Never has time passed so fast. I laughed out loud and at the same time felt very worried by what was written. Obviously this person knows exactly what goes on. My only criticism is that it does have some profanity in it. For the price of a magazine this is both entertaining as well as being useful for anyone thinking of teaching abroad or parents thinking of enrolling their children in international schools.' That should decide any of you who may still be hesitating. "Never has time passed so fast" may sound like a clunky old hyperbole, but bear in mind that this was <u>the first time 'flotsam' had ever reviewed a book on Amazon</u>, and his style will no doubt gradually become more polished - if he ever finds any more five-star masterworks to review, that is. I put in a stint myself at Heathrow recently, but there were hundreds of passengers laughing out loud over their Kindles in the departure area (where time, as always, passed very fast indeed), so that 'flotsam' remains safely anonymous. Well not entiirely. The congenitally cynical might attribute to him the initials R.L.