Far removed from the nine to five existence of normal folk, nomads of the modern age scour the hinterlands and remote corners of our globe in a never-ending quest for resources. Modern day explorers, these hard men endure months away from loved ones, exposed to foreign cultures and exotic dangers, all to scrape out a life, and perhaps find a little adventure. An established career in the First World grows stagnant, an opportunity presents itself, and a timid man ventures abroad. In the unforgiving world of offshore oil exploration in a small African village, Edward tentatively drifts beyond his self-imposed boundaries, and finds himself drawn deeper into an existence he cannot escape. This is Edward’s struggle with his environment as much as his own nature, and the man he desires to be.
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Five Star Review on Amazon by Kevin Grigsby
Great book! If you ever wanted to know what it is to be like a world traveling helicopter pilot or aircraft maintenance engineer, this book captures the experience. One of my favorites!
About the Author
Author of “The Helicopter Pilot – A Novel”. Flying helicopters for +30 years in +30 countries, mostly Africa, he is presently flying in Trinidad & Tobago.
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