**WINNER of the Amazon Storyteller Literary Award**
"Llama Drama is simply hilarious. If anyone wants something witty and moving at the same time. Also, something empowering, then this is the one for them. I literally inhaled it." - Claudia Winkleman, TV Presenter and Author
Why take the shortest, most direct route through life, when you could choose the wiggliest, most mountainous one possible?
Armed with a limited grasp of Spanish and determined to meet as many llamas as possible, Anna and her friend Faye set off on a 6-month journey along the spine of the largest mountain range in the world – the Andes.Beginning in the bustling city of La Paz, the duo pedal south – through dense jungle, across pristine white salt flats and past towering volcanoes, following the path of thundering glacial rivers to the snow-tipped peaks of Patagonia.
Sleeping wild in their tents most nights, they endure 50-mph crosswinds and catastrophic crashes, and go head to head with one very determined saddle sore called Sally. By the time they make it to the southernmost tip of the continent, they have cycled 5,500 miles and ascended over 100,000 metres through the mighty Andes – equivalent to 11 times the height of Everest.
Told from the seat of Anna’s bicycle, Llama Drama is a witty and compelling account of life at its rawest and most rich. For anyone who has ever wanted to journey through the stunning natural landscapes of South America – this story is for you.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT LLAMA DRAMA:
“Loved every minute of it!”
“An antidote for the madness of 2020”
“A brilliant book for anyone interested in travel, conquering their fears, cycling, adventure, South America”
“I couldn't put it down!”
“Buy the damn thing. It’s awesome!”
“Anna’s humour and bold sense of adventure is infectious”
“Honest, kind and real.”
“Cheered me up no end”
“A magnificent account of adventure”
“I thought Anna’s previous books were unable to be surmounted. This one does it. It is SO good.”
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Just a wee note to let you know that each book is made to order, lovingly run off the press at an independent printer in the UK. Depending on which postage option you go for...
UK Orders: Will take 4 to 6 working days to arrive.
Overseas Orders: Will take 10 to 15 working days to arrive.
I understand that's longer than the MEGA book stores out there, so I really appreciate you buying direct, hanging tight for a few days and supporting the independent author vibes.