A well written book about a great and inspiring adventure.
Not only does it tell the story about a man cycling around the world, it does so in an entertaining way and also... Read more
One of those books you just don't want to finish. Well written. Intimate. Sense of place, each place, every mile. Four years, you're there. Amazing.Published 10 months ago by Jason Clark
I read Moods of Future Joys , for the second time, in the middle of the Australian Outback, just when I needed to read about someone who understood the ups and downs of cycling. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Fred Bouwman
This book, 2nd of a two-book package by Humphreys, is an enjoyable read, though Humphreys comes across as a bit self-absorbed, a whiner and, frankly, a fool for some of the risks... Read morePublished 14 months ago by TruthIsSlippery
This book is a fun easy read which will inspire any would-be adventure travellers. Alastair is a likeable, genuine character and writes with much skill. Read morePublished 15 months ago by David Hodges
Well worth the time. This is a classic travel adventure. He writes the way it is. He doesn't try to make himself larger than life, he just is.Published 20 months ago by Neverpressed
This is one of the books that most inspired my own 2 year solo bike trip. It was much more than a daily log of distance and amount of food he ate, it was an inspiring story of... Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by Fred Bouwman