Interestingly, reviewer Catherine concludes that the guide is not just for Brits:
Although very much focused toward the British expat, with many examples throughout comparing overseas life with living in the UK, the audience should not be limited by this and 101 Reasons to Live Abroad and 100 Reasons Not To is a highly recommended resource for anyone, regardless of their nationality, contemplating expat life abroad.
It’s true: although the book is primarily aimed at British expats, many lessons from expat life are universal. Some Brits abroad may miss bangers and mash, but the lure of home comforts is something we can all relate to. Many Brits may be desperate to leave behind the grey wintry weather, but if you live in a hot country, you are just as likely to get sick of sweltering summers and the hum of the air conditioning unit in the corner.
Life has its upsides and downsides everywhere – and if we can ask ourselves why we’re living where we are or why we dream of moving abroad, we’re more likely to find the right place to live.