The incredible but true adventures of one man’s epic saga. From his childhood with the desert aborigines in Australia, to his incident filled career as a pilot in Australia, Asia and around the world, this book will keep you riveted. The fascinating story of Phil’s life proves the adage that “truth is often stranger than fiction”.
I heartily recommend this engrossing autobiography
By Ken Humphrey
After meeting you at the Byron Bay writers festival and buying your book it took a second meeting at the David Suzuki talk in Bangalow before I started to read it. I have not been able to put it down and am yet to catch up on sleep! What a fantastic life you’ve had! All the Best and hope to run into you again soon.
Just finished reading your book Phil and wanted to tell you its the first book I’ve read for quite a while (and I read it in a lot shorter time than I normally would).
I thought I’d led a reasonably interesting life before I read the book.
Congratulations …. and ……Thanks.
By Trevor Kuchel
Enjoyed your book immensly and I identify with much of it. [being raised in Adelaide after WWII]. I found it hard to put the book down, but had to sleep sometime. Your conclusions on religion and the flow through to most other aspects of life I agree with. I recently came to a similar view following an ABC [another B.. cathedral] tour of the Danube, Ireland and USA. Religion and sex have a lot to answer for. But flying is fun.
Thanks to Norm S for the loan of the book.
I thoroughly enjoyed your book – I found it hard to put down, always wanting to finish one chapter and go onto the next.
I was particularly amazed at the honest account of your life experiences. I’m sure these experiences were hard for you to write about at various times.
By Sue G