136 x 195 x 30mm
A lunatic trip through love and the world . . .
A dangerous, crazy and wildly funny memoir of one man's music and drug fuelled ride through Europe, Africa and South East Asia in the early seventies. A polite, well behaved travel book this is not.
In the early 70s Terry Tarnoff left the US with a change of clothes and sixteen harmonicas - he didn't return for eight years. One of a new generation fed up with the war and their own culture, he "dropped out" and headed for the remotest and most exotic outposts he could find.
Terry's journey will have you trapped in a Bangkok hotel room with a strung-out junkie named Zed, falling in love with the elusive Annika in the snow drifts of Stockholm, smoking a chillum with lepers, trance-dancing with Tibetans and surrounded by Masai Warriors in Tanzania.
This is a fevered adventure, a tumultuous love story and a spiritual odyssey all rolled into one.