Hitching: Tales from the Byways and Superhighways
Hitching, claims author Kirsty Brooks, is a dying form of travel. In a series of stories gathered from friends in pubs and nerds on the net, this book documents the perils and peculiarities of hitch-hiking - the danger, sex, good times, weird times, dull times, the pathos, the fear and the realisation that life and experience are transitory.
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