From the book: 'The bullet was so close I could feel the air move as it whizzed past my head. A second bullet came even closer, if it was possible to get even closer without hitting me. Blood was running down my forehead and into my eyes, I had been hit.'
'Take my word for it, there is no joy in trying to flee across a moor with an old lady hanging monkey fashion onto your neck trying not to get her fluffy pink slippers any more muddy than they already were.'
Reviews: Thorogood is still the King of witty banter and this book is no exception, crazy characters, bizarre vehicles, attempts to protect a forest and one angry wife make for a wonderful story.
…the same fast paced action we've come to expect from a Jack Hamma story; a bit of romantic crossed-wires; and some lively characters including my favourite, crusty old Adair who has more spunk than most half her age. The story line flows well as we travel with Jack across the world, from the wilds of Yorkshire to the depths of the Tasmanian temperate rainforest, and it finishes with a dramatic dead end.