Back Roads

Back Roads[KINDLE] ❄ Back Roads Author Heather Ewart – Heartforum.co.uk A road trip around Australia, discovering towns and communities outside the mainstream and the colourful inhabitants whose grit and humour will uplift and inspire you Discover the resilient and inspir A road trip around Australia, discovering towns and communities outside the mainstream and the colourful inhabitants whose grit and humour will uplift and inspire you Discover the resilient and inspiring people who live outside big Australian cities and indeed off the beaten track altogether Defined by their strength and humility, these are characters whose grit and good humour will uplift and inspire Based on the successful series hosted by Heather Ewart, Back Roads dives deeper to learn about these wonderful communities and deliver fresh and compelling stories They re proud communities like my hometown, full of surprises, fight and spirit , says Heather Take, for example, Joan Sinclair horse cattlewoman and outback legend, who featured in the first episode of the current season The video of this feisty woman went viral on Facebook and has clocked upmillion views The show featured a wealth of characters and places, and the book will take you further into their lives From strong women like Joan Sinclair, Heather Jones of the company Heavy Haulage Girls, and Dianne Reeves, transgender former dairy farmer, shearer and truck driver, to historic places such as Pine Creek, built on the sweat of Chinese workers, and Maralinga, the only place in the world that you can stand on the site of an atomic bomb test Back Roads will transport you from the city doorstep and show you what lies beyond in this land of surprise and resilience.

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  • ebook
  • 288 pages
  • Back Roads
  • Heather Ewart
  • 07 January 2018
  • 1460710843

10 thoughts on “Back Roads

  1. Nick says:

    An accompaniment to the TV series, this transitions across into a book very well Concentrating on the diverse range of people in small regional towns throughout Australia, we get a little bit of insight into the everyday issues, good and bad, that confront people Easy to pick up and put down, it would make good holiday reading and inspire some nomadic travel.

  2. Dale says:

    Wasn t near as interesting as some of the Australiana stories I have read It did make me want vanilla slice though

  3. Maddy Smith says:

    A nice look into some familiar stories from the show

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