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Graham invited the reader to be his friend, his companion. So as you read this book, you are also being his companion in remembering various parts of his life. Some of his anecdotes were sad, some funny, some poignant. When reading and joining the dots to other anecdotes regarding the same people and or events.
One of the things that really resonated to me was the area of a part of his life. Centred around the mid north coast of New South Wales the stories came alive for me as I imagined every incident, every event and the people around this area of bushland. The difference between living in the bush and being a townie also resonated with me.
Well written and easy to read, I highly recommend it to anyone who came from a different era, a time when life seemed freer and less constraints.