Kamikaze Kangaroos eBook ß A trip around Oz in a van called Rusty Download ☆ Tony James Slater

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Kamikaze Kangaroos eBook ß A trip around Oz in a van called Rusty Download ☆ Tony James Slater ½ Tony James Slater knew nothing about AustraliaExcept for the fact that he’d just arrived thereThe stage is set for an outrageous adventure three people one van on an epic 20Is companions struggle to keep him safe whilst climbing in drag snowboarding off cliffs and hiking hundreds of miles through the bushOne thing’s for sure; this ‘adventure of a lifetime’ – if they survive it – is something they’re never going to forgetSo scull those stubbiesGrab your galahsAnd put down that platypusLOOK OUT AUSTRALIAThere’s an idiot coming You know what sucks worse than being starving and cold in the middle of the Australian outback When it's also your birthday and a rodent eats your one and only birthday marshmallow Now that blowsEveryone please purchase this book so the starving author can afford to upgrade to a birthday doughnutI've read all three of Tony James Slater's travel books and I have to say this one is by far the best It's still got all the reuired funny bits but it's got a bit heart than the others so while I did a lot of laughing I also sighed a bit too I can't begin to recount all of the funny parts so don't make me do itRead the book for yourself

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Tony James Slater knew nothing about AustraliaExcept for the fact that he’d just arrived thereThe stage is set for an outrageous adventure three people one van on an epic 20000 mile road trip around AustraliaWhat could possibly go wrongOf course the van – nicknamed ‘Rusty’ – is a crumbling wreck held together by the world’s most garish paint jobThey’re cr I had been looking forward to reading Tony’s adventures in Australia since he left us hanging at the Arrivals hall at Perth airport at the end of his last bookKamikaze Kangaroos did not disappoint in the slightest It’s bloody brilliant In fact I think it could be the best one yet It still maintains all of the calamitous Tony James Slater situations that we have come to expect from him and of course laughs by the bucket load But this book also has a level of emotion and sensitivity that sets it apart from his other books Who knew Tony could write so sensitively and thoughtfully about love and loss He even made me cry It’s almost as though he has dare I say it GROWN UP since his last book Nah who am I kidding He’s still a child at heart

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Kamikaze Kangaroos A trip around Oz in a van called RustyIss crossing the continent through some of the most inhospitable land on the planet – the infamous Aussie OutbackAnd isn’t there something about Australian animals being well you know kind of dangerousUnprepared under ualified and hopelessly inept Tony battles gigantic pumpkins mechanical mishaps and suicidal kangaroos armed only with a thong and a sense of humourH Tony's back and this time he has kangaroos to contend with And falling in luuuurrve I'm not sure what's scary for himThis book does exactly what it says on the cover It's the tale of Tony his sister Gill and Gill's best friend Roo Roo is Australian so Gill goes to stay with her and Tony tags along Problem is Tony is 3 months late so there's a bit of a rush for them to get some agricultural work done so they can extend their visas Rusty the van is the 4th character in this book and I'm sure he'll be a popular one I manged to track down some photos of him on facebook and he was even brighter than I imaginedI think Tony's books should be read in the right order as I feel this one was for the fans There's less madcap animal antics and a whole lot of Tony the man I did think at times the book was a bit long although there was nothing I'd not want to read nor did I want it to end The good thing about Tony is that he always has a story and so you know it won't endThis book is Tony's time in Australia from picking fruit to laying paving slabs via setting up exhibition halls From living in and by the side of Rusty to dorms to bedsits From walking the Bibbulmun trail 100km to just travelling because they wanted to Armed with just a few clothes unsuitable boots and trail mix this is the life you think you might want to live if you just up sticks and go At times I felt jealous of them most of the time I was happy with my warm soft bed and large choice of foodI feel I know Tony and Gill and Roo than I should As I said this is much personal story of the trio Tony has a magic way of writing that is very readable and he is not afraid of telling the truth This was another very very enjoyable read