At Last, Author Adventurer Barry Crump S Own Life Story Thus Far , Or Stories For He Has Lived Many Lives Deerculler, Possum Trapper, Bushman, Crocodile Hunter, Gold Miner, Television Presenter, Actor And Numerous Other Activities, But Above All Else New Zealand S Best Selling Author.Join Crumpy As He Recalls His Adventures Adn The Characters He Met Along The Way Whether Coming Face To Face With An Eighteen Foot Croc, Shipwrecked, Marooned On A Desert Island, Riding His BMW Through Europe, Or Paddling Peacefully On The DalLake With The Kashmiri People Of India, Each Page Is A Rollicking Good Time.Barry May Call It One Strand Of Rope But This Story Is Indeed Many Strands Incredibly Intertwined To Make Fascinating Reading About His Larger Than Life Kiwi Character That New Zealand Has Come To Love And Call Their Own Living Legend. What can I say other than Bazza is a hardcase bloke with many, many intriguing tales A real embodiment of the Kiwi bloke and a man who lived life purely according to his own morals and pursued his passions It s not everyday
Much of Barry Crump s writing appears to have a foot firmly in his own experiences and this book seems to confirm that It is perhaps rewarding for its insights into his writing, especially the discovery that he writes each book rather quickly to earn money so he can continue with his life away from books This book has no obvious theme and no structure other than a chr
It is no mystery where Barry Crump gets his inspiration for his novels Having read his autobiography, it is immediately obvious that they are mostly semi autobiographical He led an exciting life, as the blurb for this book states, he has tried his hand at most things.He really is a New Zealand Legend, and you could do worse than spend a
Interesting insights on a life completely different to my own, but similar to my Dad s and many kiwi blokes I like the casual way it was penned.
- 237 pages
- The life and times of a good keen man: An autobiography
- Barry Crump
- 19 January 2019 Barry Crump