Simon Reeve, a man whose very name is a guarantee of interesting television. Outstanding.
This vivid account of his fascinating, often hair-raising crusades feels more like an enthralling exchange over coffee with a friend than a formal autobiography.
Reeve is a most likeable travelling companion, and the joy of the open road radiates from these pages
Genuinely interesting stories... remarkable
The craziest (or bravest) man on TV
It is an account of his mind's journey to inner peace - and it is wonderfully life-affirming
In the last decade, he's made a name for himself as British TV's most adventurous presenter. He's hunted with the Bushmen of Kalahari, hung out with biker outlaws in Australia and been taught to fish by the president of Moldova.
You can be sure to trust Simon to find a fun story. Simon might just be the best tour guide in the world.
Cracking stories from his travels
Reeve is in a class of his own
Fascinating... a very honest account of the world as he has seen it, from Acton to the ends of the Earth
TV's most interesting globetrotter