Do not crash
It’s a scream now, but finding yourself lost in Canada wasn’t so funny at the time.
"Simon Leigh: writes with a ‘…wry, impressionistic style…a powerful first book".
-Len Gasparini, The Windsor Star
"'A well-written, witty, ribald and rollicking journey into the dark ways of men and women." - PAUL QUARRINGTON, author (Home Garden, The Life of Hope, King Leary, etc), artist, musician, screenwriter, CA.
"Simon Leigh’s Wild Women is ‘hilarious…dying to know how much of it was true".
- Hilary Stanly, WESTWOOD CREATIVE ARTISTS
"Smart humour…uncomfortable wisdom" - CBC TORONTO
"Wild Women: great read, strong story and brilliant voice". - DON MASTERS, UKAUTHORS
"A readable book…a sense of someone out in the real world of events, alertly noting and enjoying his life".
- ALAN PEARSON, THE GLOBE AND MAIL
"A campus novel all about motor racing ? I'm not interested in cars, and
it's too late for me to be interested in education, but I was held by this
till my wheels came off... A must for anyone intending to leave Australia.
Or drive in a Canadian winter. Or take up with a woman. Or crash at high
speed in a car race... This guy writes beautifully; he's good at funny and
good at serious... (If this novel is at all autobiographical, don't ever accept a lift from
the author. But do rush out and read the book)." -- Miles Kington, columnist, The Independent, UK
Review by POD-Dy-Mouth
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