Tracks: A Woman's Solo Trek Across 1700 Miles of Australian Outback

Tracks: A Woman's Solo Trek Across 1700 Miles of Australian Outback

Robyn Davidson


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Robyn Davidson's opens the memoir of her perilous trip throughout 1,700 miles of antagonistic Australian barren region to the ocean with in simple terms 4 camels and a puppy for corporation with the next phrases: “I skilled that sinking feeling you get should you be aware of you may have conned your self into doing whatever tricky and there is no going back."

Enduring sweltering warmth, keeping off toxic snakes and lecherous males, chasing her camels after they get skittish and nursing them after they are injured, Davidson emerges as an awfully brave heroine pushed via a love of Australia's panorama, an empathy for its indigenous humans, and a willingness to forged away the trimmings of her former identity. Tracks is the compelling, candid tale of her odyssey of discovery and transformation. 
 
“An unforgettably strong book.”—Cheryl Strayed, writer of Wild
 
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