In Search of Greener Grass: Riding from Reality towards Dreams and Finding Fulfilment

In Search of Greener Grass: Riding from Reality towards Dreams and Finding Fulfilment

Written by:
Graham Field
Narrated by:
Graham Field
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
March 2018
15 hours 24 minutes
15,000 miles to Mongolia and beyond, alone on a motorcycle with no support, no sponsorship, no privileges, no clue and a £750 eBay purchased motorbike.

A journey of misjudgement that failed to stop at its destination, made even more challenging due to the money he didn’twin on a TV game show.

This is the book he should have read before he left home.

From the first page you’re drawn into the journey, soon holding your head in despair with the struggles and disastrous decisions. Pausing at the inspirational epiphanies, then laughing out loud at the caustic comments and biting observations, as you ride with him wondering: What would break first: bike, body or budget?

An insightful and brutally honest diary of a down to earth compulsive traveller, lifelong biker, and a compelling story teller with a dry cynical wit.

This gritty no-frills budget adventure has inspired many to hit the road and chase their dreams.

Grab your atlas as you explore far flung places like:

- Lviv, Ukraine
- Dagestan
- Atyrau, Kazakhstan
- Lake Baikal, Russia
- Ulgii, Mongolai
- Spassk-Dalny, Siberia
- Gangneung, South Korea
- Colchester, Essex

Generally regarded as one of the archetypal motorcycle travel adventure books, up there with Jupiter’s Travels, yet still a long way from the better known and more controversial celebrity journeys.

An easy reading, page turning tale of road learnt wisdom and a life time of anecdotes.
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Jim C.

What a story and experience. I think of myself as a pretty hardcore rider. I got nothing compared to this! Great story and glad it was told by the guy that lived it. Made me start planning my next ride after I stopped listening.

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Randy K.

Refreshingly honest, though the author is a bit of negative dweller.

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