Story of travel as experienced by Stephen, an innocent abroad who meets his share of rogues and mates as he journeys to Ireland, Scotland, including the Outer Hebrides, Eastern Europe and Africa. He returns to Tasmania with a very much changed view of life, love and everything. First novel by the author, who is also an 'Age' journalist. It has been translated into Irish by Louis de Paor to be published in Ireland as 'Abhaile'.
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