Running Towards the Light: Postcards from Alaska (The Postman Book 2)

Running Towards the Light Postcards from Alaska The Postman Book Having ridden from Sydney to London on a cc Australian Post bike named Dorothy this is the story of the subsequent trip across America and up to Alaska Camping wild taking the back roads and doin

  • Title: Running Towards the Light: Postcards from Alaska (The Postman Book 2)
  • Author: Nathan Millward
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Having ridden from Sydney to London on a 105cc Australian Post bike named Dorothy, this is the story of the subsequent trip across America and up to Alaska Camping wild, taking the back roads and doing it on a shoestring, this is a story about getting back on the bike and going riding again

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    528 thoughts on “Running Towards the Light: Postcards from Alaska (The Postman Book 2)”

    1. I gave Millward's first book five stars, a rarity for me. This book I gave only three. In Millward's first book he travels from Sydney to London. In this book his travels across the United States. I would have given this book four stars, but Millward decides to fall into the trap that so many British travel authors do by criticizing the US as a gun-toting, racist land. I have only read one British author that does not do this. I'm not jingoistic and I'm not saying our country does not have its f [...]


    2. Enjoyable, though slightly less so than the first book, in my opinion. As a travel book, i found this sequel less enchanting, which probably has a lot to do with the route. On a personal level, though, this book is more candid and more interesting and still definitely worth a read. And I'd like to meet this "Postman" at some point.



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