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Wavewalker

Breaking Free

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PRAISE FOR WAVEWALKER

‘Suzanne's memoir exposes, scene by scene, the bare reality behind the romantic notion of sailing round the world . . . You can't read her story without a growing sense of fury at her plight — a minor, thousands of miles from home, trapped with her parents and totally misunderstood by them . . . beautifully written’ Daily Mail

‘Beautifully written . . . nuanced and honest . . . stormy in every sense’ Tortoise Media

‘A jaw-dropping and thrilling real-life adventure on the high seas’ SARAH BROWN

‘An extraordinary story of adventure and self-discovery. Suzanne Heywood’s determination to get an education despite all the obstacles she faced leads her on a path of true freedom’ Minouche Shafik, Director of the LSE

‘Even for an experienced sailor, a ten-year voyage across some of the world’s most dangerous oceans would give pause for thought. That Suzanne survived this and made her way back to dry land and a successful future is remarkable. Her book is stunningly good’ Ranulph Fiennes, World's Greatest Living Explorer

‘This personal and powerful book is so great. What a journey – a hardcore one at times. I’m glad the compass has found its way home’ Bear Grylls

‘In the most difficult circumstances, trapped at sea on a boat, surviving violent storms, Suzanne has demonstrated how education can transform a life’ Tony Blair

‘Her fight for an education will astonish all who read it’ Anthony Seldon

‘The story of extraordinary upbringing on a boat in the South Pacific recounted with wit, verve and deep insight… Humanity’s innate passion for learning shines on every page and triumphs gloriously’ Sir Michael Barber, author of Accomplishment: How Ambitious and Challenging Things Get Done

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Detaljer

Forlag
William Collins
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780008498535
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
20 x 13 cm

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PRAISE FOR WAVEWALKER

‘Suzanne's memoir exposes, scene by scene, the bare reality behind the romantic notion of sailing round the world . . . You can't read her story without a growing sense of fury at her plight — a minor, thousands of miles from home, trapped with her parents and totally misunderstood by them . . . beautifully written’ Daily Mail

‘Beautifully written . . . nuanced and honest . . . stormy in every sense’ Tortoise Media

‘A jaw-dropping and thrilling real-life adventure on the high seas’ SARAH BROWN

‘An extraordinary story of adventure and self-discovery. Suzanne Heywood’s determination to get an education despite all the obstacles she faced leads her on a path of true freedom’ Minouche Shafik, Director of the LSE

‘Even for an experienced sailor, a ten-year voyage across some of the world’s most dangerous oceans would give pause for thought. That Suzanne survived this and made her way back to dry land and a successful future is remarkable. Her book is stunningly good’ Ranulph Fiennes, World's Greatest Living Explorer

‘This personal and powerful book is so great. What a journey – a hardcore one at times. I’m glad the compass has found its way home’ Bear Grylls

‘In the most difficult circumstances, trapped at sea on a boat, surviving violent storms, Suzanne has demonstrated how education can transform a life’ Tony Blair

‘Her fight for an education will astonish all who read it’ Anthony Seldon

‘The story of extraordinary upbringing on a boat in the South Pacific recounted with wit, verve and deep insight… Humanity’s innate passion for learning shines on every page and triumphs gloriously’ Sir Michael Barber, author of Accomplishment: How Ambitious and Challenging Things Get Done

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