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Sam Hunt

Off the Road

By Sam Hunt | Hardback | 1 Review(s)

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An off-the-road biography of New Zealand's best-known poet



Thirty years after Hogg and Hunt collaborated on the now-legendary Angel Gear: On the Road with Sam Hunt, the pair have decided to throw caution to the wind and proceed without doctors' certificates, to create an older, possibly wiser... read more

Format
Hardback
Release Date
22 Oct 2018
Author(s)
Sam Hunt
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers (New Zealand)
ISBN-13
9781775541226
Format
Hardback
Release Date
22 Oct 2018
Author(s)
Sam Hunt
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers (New Zealand)
ISBN-13
9781775541226

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13 Dec 2018

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Sam Hunt

This is a celebration of friendship between two Kiwi legends, Sam Hunt and Colin Hogg – one that spans decades and the sort of stories that make for great reading.
“A backstage pass to the private side of one of our most public people, Sam Hunt – Kiwi Poet.
Off The Road is a wild, hilarious, no holds barred book about the non-stop life and poems of a man New Zealanders thought they knew, until now.
This is part conversation, part story-telling, part poems and also a story of friendship, solitude, love, death, self-destruction and endurance. Teamed together with photographs and poems – some old and some new.”
Perfect for fans of Kiwi legends and nostalgia. As reviewed by our lovely Sue Reid from paper Plus Masterton

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