Supported by Instagram-worthy photography, Sebastian Antonio Santabarbara interviews 35 contributors to bring out their unique and inspirational approach to life and travel, their most memorable experiences (and challenges) and the tips and gadgets they couldn’t live without. With enviable campervan setups, stories that will give you wanderlust, stunning locations and top advice from the experts – Road Life is the perfect companion and guide for any wannabe van owner.’
Currently translated into English, Czech, French, and German.
VAN LIFE FOR DUMMIES
Van Life For Dummies is your go-to guide for becoming a van lifer. You'll learn to customize your vehicle, adapt to life on the road, and find the peace and adventure you're seeking. This book makes the transition easy, helping you decide what parts of rooted life you need to take with you and what to leave behind.
Tent Life introduces you to 40 inspirational people from across the globe who’ve made camping part of their lifestyle, and provides you with the tools to do the same.
From intrepid woodsmen with enviable survival skills, to low-key surfers chasing the perfect wave; solo travellers in single-person hammocks, to family groups in extravagant bell tent setups – for these aficionados, camping is pure pleasure, a way to connect with nature, an antidote to modern life. And, unlike most of us, they know how to do it properly.
A SHADOW IN THE ECHOLANDS
Aruna Stonebow' is the only protector in history to have been born without the mysterious skills bestowed upon her people and longs for a life away from the gloomy colony that she begrudgingly calls home. When an army of 'Shadrach' destroy her city, capture her father, and threaten her very existence, she is forced to venture out on a dangerous rescue mission into the withered world now known as 'the Echolands’.
ARCHIE MATHERS & THE OBSCUROSCOPE
One lost boy, a banished scientist, and a horde of blundering ice giants must band together to defeat a dangerous villain.
After being framed for a crime he didn’t commit and becoming the most wanted criminal in Great Britain, he discovers a world inhabited by hundreds of ice giants and ultimately finds solace in the sarcastic musings of his unsuspected guide, the banished scientist and creator of the Obscuroscope, Professor Brigitte Roualeyn. Archie must learn to conquer his fears if he ever hopes to return to his previous, unadventurous life back in Yorkshire, but can he and the professor work together to reach Leeds and stop the evil Galskard from taking over the world?