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Publisher's Summary

Surfers and surfing aficionados worldwide will be enthralled with this fascinating autobiography of Nat Young, arguably one of the world's best surfers and a pioneer of the 'shortboard' style.

With short stories, anecdotes and unbelievable adventures with some of surfing's most colourful and well known characters, Nat Young recounts his life from Australia to Hawaii to the Pacific Coast of America and beyond.

This audiobook is a must-listen for any surfer!

Please note: new audio available as of 5 December 2018.

©2018 Nat Young (P)2018 Penguin Random House Australia

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A Kiwi narrator? Why???

An interesting and even eye opening bio (the puberty blues style gang bangs raised eyebrows) but the biggest shock is the choice of narrator. Nothing against New Zealanders but the accent taints the voice of a world famous Australian surfing identity. The narrator's reading skills are obviously limited too with flatlined expression and a very limited understanding of sentence structure and the purpose of paragraphs. I have heard 9 year olds read with more clarity and expression!

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The best book I have read

Amazing story and amazing book. Highly recommend to everyone - will listen to it more than twice.

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Rambling, boring

I got to the point where I just couldn't be bothered listening any more.

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Cannot listen to another second!

I tolerated the awful gangbanging story then stealing from neighbours but on and on it goes. No reflections on wrong doings. Don’t want to spend another moment of my life with someone like that.

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Awesome Story from an Aussie Legend

loved the story. Has made me want to take up surfing again after giving it up when lifes other duties got in the way.

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  • Louanne Cheshire
  • 13-03-2020

more than you ever want to know

struggled to finish, if it were a conversation I would have excused myself after the second chapter

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  • 07-08-2019

Totally awesome

I could not stop listening! An amazing autobiography of the ups and downs of a surf legend- I loved it.

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  • Dan
  • 30-01-2019

Good biography but...

Australian legend in the surfing world, unfortunately the narrator reads his story like an 8 year old. I also think he's a Kiwi, not that I've anything against Kiwi's but like I said... AUSTRALIAN legend.

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