Right To The Edge: Sydney To Tokyo By Any Means: The Road to the End of the Earth Hardcover – 1 Oct 2009
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"Replete with colorful characters, hair-raising action and enough raw machismo to knock over an elephant." "Kirkus Reviews "on "Race to Dakar""
"Both McGregor and Boorman prove themselves to be engaging, articulate and entertaining narrators . . . a highly readable and spiritually uplifting book about a dream come true." "Wanderlust "on" Long Way Round"" --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
* Charley Boorman's brand-new adventure for 2009 - backed by a major six-part series on BBC 2See all Product Description
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For the 'petrol head'his sheer joy of riding any motor bike comes over in his descriptions of pulling wheelies, riding in driving rain, and even falling off demonstrate his lifetime enthusiasm for bikes
However, a part of travel writing rarely touched on by other writers is the very honest sharing of his homesickness for his wife and daughters,& his black moods when the frustrations due to the delays to the journey darken his normal cheerful narrative .
If you love travel and all things mechanical, this is for you
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I loved it.
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Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
Message to the publisher- look a terrible robot voice is not going to affect any audiobook sales (not that there is one). Switching Text-to-Speech off also switches off auto page turning and it's irritating when you're eyes are tired, but you would like to finish off a chapter before sleep. Please enable text to speech, you're really not protecting anything, as it is now I'm certainly not going to be buying any more Hachette Digital books on impulse.