THE ANGELS OF BANGKOK
- Ficha técnica
- DAVID PARSLEY
All that passes through the allegedly mindless mind of the drunken tourist as he rambles from bar to bar. His reactions, thoughts and conversations. It is normally not polite to laugh at a drunk person, but you can laugh at this one as much as you like! (You may also notice what has caused this unedifying behaviour.)
However, he catches relationships with natural ease and soon his relationships deepen. The girls and the men in this book have the innocence of angels as they live a High Life.
It is a 21st century interpretation of what is meant by, ?The City of Angels' - which the name 'Bangkok' means in Thai.
Sex and human physiology are dealt with openly with an accem on emotion, humour and psychology. With the help of a German philanthropist the storyteller arranges a miraculous change in a young girl's life style. People (including a certain Saudi visitor to Thailand), find an unexpected course of events in their lives. It shows Thailand as part of the 'Global Village.' This is a book about the management of human relationships with all its ups and downs. Being optimistic, it offers happiness and hope to the reader.