Book Review – Happier Than a Billionaire by Nadine Hays Pisani

After seeing this author and book on various sites for writers and indie authors, I went on a mission to track it down over on Amazon. My journey was not in vain.

Happier Than A Billionaire is one womans story of chucking it all and moving to Costa Rica. I mean, come on, who hasn’t considering doing something equally zany? I certainly have, though lately it’s become something more of an obsession than a crazy notion.

Let me just say, I adore this author, who writes with moments of clarity and wit, bracketed by comedic timing. She spins an entertaining tale, while calling out others to reconsider the way they are living. If something makes you miserable, why on earth would you continue to do it? Exactly.

Even if you’re not considering a move to a tropical locale, I’d still reccomend Happier Than A Billionaire to just about anybody. It’s quirky, fun, and well worth the tiny price tag!

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Posted on September 21, 2011, in authors, books, Indie authors, living, nature, Reading and writing, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Nadine does a great job of combining factual information, detailed story telling and witty humor to entertain the reader. From the first pages you’ll be laughing, while wanting to read more to where this journey takes her and her husband. She gains the respect of anyone who has wanted to get out of the hustle and bustle of “modern life” and step into a new paradigm of real living and taking a look at what is truly important in their own lives. She includes many life lessons for those who won’t take the plunge to move to Costa Rica, in addition to providing several tips for those who want to. Once again, this is all wrapped in her humor and sarcastic spats aimed at her old country home, new land she lives in, her husband and herself. -Matt N.

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