A road trip about memory, mateship and mortality. Author Colin Hogg returns to his native soil, the south of the South Island, on a sentimental journey of rediscovery – with a difference. Accompanying him is one of his oldest friends, a fellow Southlander, and now terminally ill fellow journalist. They first flatted together as teenage newspaper cadets in Invercargill in the 1960s, and much has happened since – to them, and to the place they came from. A road trip about memory, mateship and mortality, into the heartland of a New Zealand that still exists and still surprises.
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