Tracks: a Woman's Solo Trek across 1, 700 Miles of Australian Outback
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 127 x 203 x 13.72mm | 227g
- 31 Dec 1995
- Random House USA Inc
- Vintage Books
- New York, United States
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31 Dec 1995
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--Cheryl Strayed, bestselling author of Wild "Vivid and vivacious. . . . Davidson is as natural a writer as she is an adventurer."
--The New Yorker "Engrossing. . . . Lyrical and salty. . . . Candid. . . . Best in her accounts of her days alone in the desert and what they did to and for her. . . . Her states of mind . . . veer between feelings of being at one with the cosmos and feelings of being utterly crazy."
--The New York Times Book Review "Saucy and unsparing. . . . A strong book, the kind that clings to your back after you've read it."
"Every bit as witty as her camels--and a first-rate writer besides."
--Newsweek "What continues to resonate with readers isRobyn Davidson's honest introspection throughout the journey. It prompts the reader to ask herself, 'Would I do this?' and 'Could I do this?'"
--A Traveler's Library "The integrity of this articulate and impassioned account is evident in the fact that Robyn Davidson does not find glib solutions to inner or outer conflicts. Like her camel companions, she seems temperamental, insatiable, and slightly crazy, but also determined, direct, vulnerable, and splendid."
--500 Great Books by Women
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