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Loise on the loose (Lois Pryce)


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LOIS ON THE LOOSE is my first book, telling the story of my ride from Alaska to Argentina, and according to the Sunday Telegraph 'it roars along at a breakneck pace, and is full of funny asides and snappy accounts’

Ted Simon, author of Jupiter's Travels says 'It's a great read' and Chris Scott, author of The Adventure Motorcycling Handbook reckons it's 'Fast, loose and up for it!'

Crikey!

I say... it's the full, no-holds-barred story of my ride from Alaska to the tip of South America, and includes plenty of tales that didn't make it on to the website. It's available at all good bookshops and from these Amazon sites (if you just can't wait, you can read an extract here)

Amazon.co.uk for the British edition
Amazon.com and Amazon.ca for the US/Canadian edition
Amazon.de for the German edition
It is also published in Dutch by Sirene in the Netherlands and in Italian by RTW Ride

READER ALERT! The US edition of Lois on the Loose is hardback but has no colour photos as the publishers considered it to be too expensive. The UK edition is paperback but has two sections of colour photos - so if you want pics - buy the UK version.



More books



RED TAPE & WHITE KNUCKLES, the book of my ride through Africa, is out in the UK now. It's available from all good bookshops and at Amazon.co.uk. You can read an extract here.

The papers say...

‘A gutsy tale of one woman and her bike, told with vigour and honesty….she manages to make the journey an enjoyable experience and a solid read. There are the usual chaotic scenes of jumble in border towns, and heart-warming tales of help en route. But there are also some genuinely chilling episodes and these make the book, and perhaps the journey, all too authentic’ Irish-Times

‘Lois Pryce knows what it takes to be a fun, fearless female. She rode solo from London to Cape Town, with the barest of essentials’ Cosmopolitan

‘A natural storyteller, she brings the African landscape to life in this funny, fast-paced travelogue’ Sainsbury’s Magazine
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