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Following the breakdown of her marriage, 50-year-old Jacqui Furneaux set off on a seven-year, round-the-world adventure on a 500cc Royal Enfield Bullet. She traveled both solo and with company, covering 42,000 miles and 20 countries.  

This awe-inspiring and moving book about one woman’s motorcycle adventures is for anyone still holding back from taking a risk and pursuing their dreams.

©2018 Jacqui Furneaux (P)2018 Jacqui Furneaux

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Fantastic listen!

A Proper adventure book, I enjoyed the descriptions of each place and the trials and tribulations with the Enfield.
The best motorcycle travel book I have read/listened to.

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Great insight into a personal adventure

Great story and content with fabulous insights into travel on the road read by the author I can thoroughly recommend you listen to this book which put life into a different perspective- think you

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An inspiring story

Loved this book. I've just started motorcycling again after a few years off and bought a Royal Enfield so this has really inspired me to plan some trips and get out there on my own, as I have no-one to tour with. The start of the tale coincides with my time living in Asia and travels in India and brought back some great memories with her great descriptions of people and places. Very well narrated by the author who comes across as very down to earth and warm person, which isn't always the case with travel writers who sometimes appear very patronising to the local people that they meet on their travels. I'm currently unwell and unable to ride my new bike so this was the perfect listen as I felt like I was there with her.