"The Traveller" is a winner of The Bookcast's "Book of Exceptional Quality" award.
..".one of those books you can't put down..." - A.M via Amazon
"An interesting tale unlike any I have ever read." - anon via Amazon
..".one of those stories that will just stay with you..." - D.B via Amazon
..".I simply couldnt put it down!..." - N. via Amazon
"Fast-paced and entertaining right through to the final page." - S. via Amazon
"An audacious & outrageous ride of a book." - C.M. via Amazon
..".this writer is fully aware of his ability in his craft..." - D. via Amazon
Enter the world of an unnamed family man struggling in his pursuit of a work/life balance. Too much travel at the whims of his tyrannical boss, known variously as Stalin and 'the Anti-Christ', has left him failing at work and at home, but after his wife prophetically warns that his next trip will be different, he is suddenly a world apart from his usual self. Confident, capable and unafraid of his manager, opportunities abound as he embraces his altered state away from home.
What begins as a quest to reclaim his career and satisfy his ego soon descends into the pursuit for revenge on his boss. With nothing but success in his wake and seemingly limitless potential at his disposal, it's only fitting when he is coerced to work with his nemesis in a remote corner of the world. It's more than just a chance to get even after years of abuse, more than the opportunity for a confrontation; a final solution to what he sees as the bane of his life is on offer. What could possibly go wrong when he's in his prime? Succeed or fail, either way this trip will be the making of him or the end of him.
Sometimes to get the measure of your life you just need a break from being yourself... because nothing lasts forever.
Australian author, Garrett Addison, has written a very different kind of a revenge and redemption story which will keep the reader guessing until the very last page. Told in the first person, the reader is engaged in a very personal tale through the eyes of a frustrated individual finally given the chance to get back at his loathsome boss. The result is a quirky, human narrative of a good guy gone bad... and perhaps back to good again.