Toronto, Canada, January 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- "Bulls, Bands, and London" follows the literary style of Meyer's previous book, "Bullets, Butterflies, and Italy," but with a new adventure and new characters inspired by true events from the summer of 2009 in London and Pamplona. It's a travel memoir with all the elements of a classic novel. It's a fractured love story mixed with fascinating history; a literary travelogue told in real time, taking place in real locations, highlighting the thrills and complications of contemporary travel.
"Neil Jarvis believes that the wild and sexy Jordan is the best thing in this otherwise predictable life. So when she mysteriously disappears in England after their first big fight, he drops everything in order to search for her and win back her heart. Now while his journey begins in the rock 'n' roll wonderland of London, it unexpectedly leads him to the chaotic debauchery of Pamplona's San Fermin Festival. And that's where salacious secrets are uncovered that inevitably test Neil and Jordan's roller coast relationship—and threaten to tear them apart."
Now it’s a travel book featuring visits to such historical sites as the venerable Westminster Abbey, the whimsical Abbey Road Studios, and the ancient quarter of Navarre's fortress-city. However, it’s also a fictional story, tempered with passion, betrayal, and discovery.
After two thousand episodes, John Meyer remains the studio writer for Entertainment Tonight Canada and regularly writes for various TV projects for Global Television as well as several award shows. His previous book, "Bullets, Butterflies, and Italy," was selected as a November Best Book by Chatelaine magazine.
Bulls, Bands, and London by John Meyer
Travel/Fiction, ISBN: 9780987670335
$16.95, 287 pages, 5” x 8”, softcover