Running Towards the Light: Postcards from Alaska (The Postman Book 2)

  • Title: Running Towards the Light: Postcards from Alaska (The Postman Book 2)
  • Author: Nathan Millward
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Running Towards the Light Postcards from Alaska The Postman Book Having ridden from Sydney to London on a cc Australian Post bike named Dorothy this is the story of the subsequent trip across America and up to Alaska Camping wild taking the back roads and doin
    Having ridden from Sydney to London on a 105cc Australian Post bike named Dorothy, this is the story of the subsequent trip across America and up to Alaska Camping wild, taking the back roads and doing it on a shoestring, this is a story about getting back on the bike and going riding again

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    1. I gave Millward's first book five stars, a rarity for me. This book I gave only three. In Millward's first book he travels from Sydney to London. In this book his travels across the United States. I would have given this book four stars, but Millward decides to fall into the trap that so many British travel authors do by criticizing the US as a gun-toting, racist land. I have only read one British author that does not do this. I'm not jingoistic and I'm not saying our country does not have its f [...]

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    2. Enjoyable, though slightly less so than the first book, in my opinion. As a travel book, i found this sequel less enchanting, which probably has a lot to do with the route. On a personal level, though, this book is more candid and more interesting and still definitely worth a read. And I'd like to meet this "Postman" at some point.

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    3. didn't want it to be finished, really enjoyed it!

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