Metal Mermaid 

Metal Mermaid by Kez Wickham St George is a beautifully written memoir that takes readers on a spiritual and physical adventure. Tara and her husband Russ set off on a journey to explore Western Australia, but unexpected events quickly change their plans. Tara’s journey of self-discovery takes her on a new path, one that challenges her both physically and emotionally. She meets fellow travelers and experiences the joys of the caravaning world, making her way from Australia’s upper coast to New Zealand’s northern island.

In this thought-provoking book, Wickham St George skillfully weaves a tale of courage, resilience, and determination that is both inspiring and captivating. The author’s descriptive writing style transports readers to the various locations Tara visits, allowing them to feel the change of seasons and experience the heat and cold of the land. The side characters in the book are equally intriguing, with rich backstories and tales of their own.

Metal Mermaid is an immersive memoir that provides readers with clear insight into the caravaning world and introduces them to various cultures. Wickham St George’s straightforward writing style makes the book an easy and engaging read. The book is infused with culture and worldly sights, and readers will feel like they are part of Tara’s journey.

Metal Mermaid is an outstanding book that I highly recommend to readers looking for an inspirational book that showcases the beauty of life’s journey. The author’s ability to tell a captivating story that takes readers on a spiritual adventure is nothing short of impressive.

Pages: 406 | ASIN: B08GFZ1DQL

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