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Robert G Barrett, self-confessed antagonizer of the "literary elite" and a master of political incorrectness, is one of Australia's most popular contemporary writers.

Aussie Vietnam veteran Ron Milne is on a good thing growing Indian hemp on the tiny Micronesian island of Lan Laroi. Besides being president, the natives treat him as a god. To the American DEA he is a dangerous criminal. U.S. President Clifford J. Clooney decides to invade.

Onto this island of sun, surf, beautiful women and mysterious ruins arrives Bondi surf journalist Brian Bradshaw. Brian came to find a story, then return home to write it. He didn't expect to get involved in something almost impossible to comprehend, fall in love, and get taken for the ride of his life - literally.

©2002 Psycho Possum Productions Pty Ltd.; (P)2005 Bolinda Publishers Pty Ltd.

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  • Donna
    Sunnyvale, CA, USA
    3/08/08
    Overall
    "Fantastic Fun"

    I knew nothing about this book other than the Australian reading was wonderful. This was a wild riot. It's very rare that I find a story where I'm essentially unable to anticipate anything correctly. I *highly* recommend this. There are also some pretty interesting notes from the author at the end. Two notes I will offer: it's pretty guy-oriented; and, particularly suited to those who believe that George W. Bush is the Worst. President. Ever.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Gary
    Sidney, ME USA
    28/03/08
    Overall
    "a good listen"

    Barrett has a great voice, very charming, and within minutes I thought I was listening to an old buddy spin a tale. The story has a few racy scenes, a few violent episodes, and some hokey sci-fi fantasy stuff - all of which the author melds into one ripper of a story.
    The story is entertaining, with lots of prate falls and political comedy. I'm definitely listening to more of Barrett's books.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Tracey
    craigmore, Australia
    30/07/14
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    Story
    "double up"
    This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

    this book i thought was a part 2 of the original but it is the same book slightly different title


    You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

    would but already listened to the other


    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • neil
    FORT PIERCE, FL, United States
    10/07/08
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    "Tavelogues are more exciting."

    I am usually fond of Aussie writers and narrators.
    Then I got this book. One would find more
    entertaining writing in a South Seas travelogue
    and more information in a Micronesian cookbook.
    The author dwelled on the food, the scenery and
    occasionally, on sexually explicit scenes that
    had all the luridness of a gynecological examination. Occasionally, he referred to the plot, but mostly, not. The main characters
    were unanimated and one dimensional. Instead of
    providing personal detail sufficient to fill them out, the author seemed to think that providing
    details about their surfing techniques, their surf boards and the rock music they listened to would tell the readers all they needed to know
    about the protagonists. The narrator, perhaps
    hampered by the author's poor writing, was unable to give the reading any life. After awhile, the
    Aussie accents, which I find pleasant enough
    in general, became a major source of irritation. Especially that of the main protagonist, Bron (Brian), who I fervently wished would be killed off long before I was halfway through, just
    because of how he talked. I did not finish the
    recording. I hope the author has a day job.

    3 of 7 people found this review helpful

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