by Phil Llewellin
The late Phil Llewellin, described by "Octane" magazine as 'motoring's own Bill Bryson', was an award-winning writer whose adventures enthralled readers of leading magazines and newspapers worldwide.
His two million motoring miles, in everything from classic cars to powerful American trucks, took him to wild places like Afghanistan, China, Sudan, Alaska and Borneo. He went to the end of the world's southernmost road in Tierra del Fuego and, of course, to Muckle Flugga, the northernmost point of the British Isles. Now in paperback, this highly readable book chronicles some of his most exciting journeys.
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