“A Lyttle Goes a Long Way”
The Improbable Life of an Ulster Storyteller
gets my vote.
Improbable tale feeds into the stereotype of Irish blarney. That title tells the reader before they’ve turned the cover that what follows is not to be believed, so why bother buying the book?
Improbable life suggests a life fully lived, a life of intrigue and fascination that promises to surprise and delight the reader, and therefore one that is worth investing time and money on.
Words such as ‘remarkable’ and ‘extraordinary’ are cliche and undermine the very quality you’re trying to promote.
PS. And credit to Bella for suggesting the word ‘improbable’ in the first instance.