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The Polish Experience

The Polish Experience

The Polish Experience

by Nicholas Westerby

Globalization led to the end of the Cold war. Russia and America no longer had an appetite to destroy each other’s interests.

After the fall of the Berlin Wall Europe opened its arms to former Soviet countries and in 2004 the European Union welcomed nine new countries into its group.

The borders were open and Western Europeans feared a flood of Eastern European immigrants. The Eastern Europeans should have been worried about the flow of Western Europeans into their countries.

A young arrogant womanizing English salesman is sent to Poland to establish a call centre.

As he discovers the differences in cultural and business, he falls in love with a Polish woman.

James and Elly meet under dubious circumstances but she helped him out of a jam he was more than willing to repay the favour. He pursues her affections and starts to realize that there is more to the World than Yorkshire.

Will her deeply Catholic family accept him into their hearts?

Will there relationship survive the bumps that come their way?

Find out in 2012’s best comedy (set in Poland, about an Englishman, named James.)

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    Thank you very much for the opportunity to read “A Polish experience “.
    I’m from Romania and like Polish people I had lived on the wrong side of iron curtain.
    Communist system transformed our mind completely in something far from normality and you described this in a beautiful way with many humors but also with much sensibility. Reading the book I had made a travel in the past and I lived again the first age after the Revolution: employed in a foreigner company, the visit to the fist mall that was opened, all those thing that was new for us and normal for people from other country. It was a great pleasure to read your book.
    Next time you have to try an experience in an orthodox country. You will enjoy it. Things are weirder there.

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