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  • Published: 1 July 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407098616
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 352
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Running With The Moon




One of the best travel books I've read." - GQ"

Jonny Bealby was devastated when his fianc-e, Melanie, died unexpectedly while they were travelling in Kashmir. Two years later, still heartbroken and utterly disillusioned, he took on the challenge of a lifetime. Setting out with only his motorbike for company, he began a daring and dangerous journey around the African continent in a desperate attempt to unearth some meaning in his life. Bittersweet, bold and beautifully told, Running with the Moon is a tale of true love and loss, of exploration, adventure and courage.

  • Published: 1 July 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407098616
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 352
Categories:

About the author

Jonny Bealby

Educated in England, Scotland and Canada, Jonny Bealby developed a passion for travel and on leaving college journeyed extensively in Australasia and the Far East. Returning to the UK he became a sound engineer before forming his own rock band, Tin Gods. The group recorded four singles and one album before splitting up. He has visited more than sixty countries and has had articles featured in a variety of publications including the Daily Telegraph, Observer, Traveller, and Manchester United Magazine. He is the author of Running with the Moon, For a Pagan Song and Silk Dreams, Troubled Road.

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Praise for Running With The Moon

Bealby handles this tragic tale with endearing honesty and tenderness. It is the romantic's naivety, not to mention his irrepressible energy, optimism and courage, which- charm the reader.

Daily Telegraph

Touching and honest.

Traveller

An intriguing and poignant record of one man's journey.

Impact

One of Britain's sexiest authors

Marie Claire

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