100 Things: What's on Your List?

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Random House Australia, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 307 pages
Join Sebastian Terry as he travels the world in search of 100 things he's always wanted to do and complete his personal bucket list In this book, Terry sets out to accomplish what most people say they will—he has decided to complete his bucket list. In a moment of reflection after the loss of a friend, Sebastian Terry's answer is a list of 100 things, the things he's always wanted to do. Sebastian embarks on an incredible adventure which sees him get shot in Colombia, crash the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival, and cycle through Cuba—all in an effort to ensure he lives a life without regrets. Now more than halfway through his list, Sebastian has realized that his journey is part of something so much bigger. This book is a humorous, action-packed story for anyone who's ever dreamed about living every day like it was their last.

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About the author (2011)

In Sebastian's own words- It's always hard to explain to someone exactly what it is that I have chosen to do with my life. From the outside I am a young Australian who has shirked responsibility for the purpose of living an outrageous life consisting of adventure, adrenalin and fun. I've married a stranger in Vegas, broken a Guinness World Record, sky dived naked, and even delivered a baby. Stating that I have a 'list of 100Things that I want to do before I die' is the easiest way to explain to a stranger what I do.

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