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A 1974 Holden, two girls and a hitchhiker - a chance to escape on the open road and find their own freedom. Gunner escapes abuse at home while Arkey leaves a relationship gone wrong. And Saxon is looking for a new future. In this gentle and perceptive road novel, moving on holds some tough lessons. James Roy has been commended in the Ena Nokl Award - Australian IBBY Award for Literature for Children and Young People 2000 for his impressive narrative qualities and contemporary appeal. A must for all young people!.
James Roy was born in 1968 and at the age of one, he and his family went to Papua New Guinea and to Fiji after that, where he spent a lot of time playing in rivers and on coral islands. At night he read books and dreamed of writing his own. James now lives in the Blue Mountains with his family. He likes to play his guitar, ride his bike and play soccer. His favourite colour is green.