Catalogue Number: AR6-82Y5
- Author: Frank Gardner
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
- Published: 10 June 2010
- ISBN: 9780553819311
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Lost on a remote Sumatran volcano...pursued through a Tokyo backstreet by a Japanese gangster...picnicking with the French Foreign Legion in the Horn of Africa: Frank Gardner's idea of a holiday is not everyone's. But ever since his student days, the BBC security correspondent has done some epicly hard travelling in a remarkable number of countries. Drawing on the diaries, sketches and photos he kept during his travels, his immaculately observed accounts of these often strange, sometimes daring, adventures form the backbone of his new book. In June 2004, while on what should have been a routine assignment in Riyadh, his life - never mind his ability to travel the world - was nearly brought to a violent end by Islamist gunmen. Frank survived against all the odds and through force of will, has found himself looking towards far horizons once more. He's not only been skiing in the Alps, scuba diving in the Red Sea and explored the jungles of Cambodia, he is also reporting once more from far-flung destinations like Afghanistan and Colombia - and this is a man who no longer has the use of his legs...This is Frank Gardner's compelling, personal account of the myriad adventures that made him the man he was on that fateful day - and of the journeys he's made since, and how they've helped him to become the remarkable and inspiring individual he is today.
Born in 1961, Frank Gardner is the BBC's full-time Security Correspondent. A fluent Arabist, with a degree in Arabic and Islamic Studies, he was previously the BBC's Middle East Correspondent. He has written for the Economist, Daily Telegraph and The Best of Sunday Times Travel Writing. His first book was the bestselling Blood & Sand. Awarded an OBE in 2005 for services to journalism, and the prestigious El Mundo Prize for International Journalism, Frank Gardner is married with two children and lives in London.