Kris Mole


In November 2007 I set off on the Great Euro Freebie Challenge, a mission to get to every capital city in mainland Europe without spending a single penny, whilst raising money for Cancer research UK in the process.
I have now written the book of that epic adventure and made it available here for you to purchase for the almost give-away price of $0.99 (that's just 61 of your English pence!)

Sex, drugs and rock'n'roll, this book has it all. Apart from rock'n'roll. There's none of that in the book. I believe it died out long before I was born; much like the waxed moustache.

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Capital Punishment
Price: Free! Words: 174,540. Language: English. Published: December 15, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Travel » By region
The BBC said: "Most of us would think twice about trying to get to the end of our street, without cash in our pockets. But what about going a little bit further....with no money, no food and no way of getting home? Meet Kris Mole. He's the 24 year old brains behind the Great Euro Freebie Challenge in aid of Cancer Research." After reading please rate and review. Unless you didn't like it. Hmmmm.

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Smashwords book reviews by Kris Mole

  • Ocean Boulevard - An epic journey all the way... from a boy to a man on Feb. 21, 2011

    Of all the books I've read that fall into the genre of Humorous Travel - I'm talking Bill Bryson, Tony Hawks, Danny Wallace - this is the one that sits on top of the pile as the one with the most laugh out loud moments. My plan for this evening was to start reading the paperback version again, but after searching the house for over an hour I was still none the wiser as to its location, so Smashwords came to the rescue. Right, enough writing, I got some reading to do.