Very Personal book about self doubt and acomplishment in spite of the odds On: 2010-03-09
I love how easy it is to relate to the author. You quickly realize that he is not some super hero but simple somone that wanted to acomplish something extraordinary and was willing to make the sacrifices in order to achieve it.
Moods of Future Joys On: 2007-02-17
Alastair Humphreys recounts an extraordinary adventure of lifetime in a very sympathetic and honest way that makes you immediately 1. like the guy and 2. want to join in the ride! Ive read this book 3 times, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the journey each time. If youve ever dreamt of taking a journey that challenges your ingenuity, pushes you to your limits, and re-defines you as a person you must read this book! Im anxiously awaiting the release of the next volume in the series.
Moods of Future Joys On: 2007-01-18
The book was in good condition, delivery time was fairly quick considering it was the Christmas season.
Joys of reading Mood of Future Joys On: 2007-01-11
When I picked up this book I was a bit skeptical because I have read a lot of round-the-world travel books, I thought this book would be just like the rest of them. That is until I started reading it. Humphreys brilliantly portrays each country he is riding through, using humor and sharp observation. This book is award worthy, it should be up there with other great travel books and in every great book shelf. Looking foward to part two.
Great book On: 2007-01-11
A really amazing adventure and a really great read. Al has honestly changed the way I think about many countries in Africa and about travelling in general. I have recomended this book to many of my wanderlusting friends, and to anyone who appreciates the absurd.
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