Angela Walker is a first-time author from New Zealand. She is also a former Olympic gymnast and Commonwealth gold medalist, inspired in her own sporting endeavours by her father, a champion cyclist who narrowly missed Commonwealth Games selection himself, cycling on a leg that had been injured during the war. The publication of this book represents the culmination of a real labour of love on her part, commemorating the life and career of her late father and celebrating him as an icon of endurance and survival.
"This is an affectionate story of an inspiring father by a loving daughter. It is a very interesting and moving account. Very Highly Recommended."--FIRE Reviews