A collection of inspiring and off-beat journalism and life stories by journalist and writer Scott Neil. It features an extensive account of John Lennon's last summer holiday, Los Angeles artist Jill D'Agnenica, personal development coach Anthony Robbins and the Jew and Muslim who made peace on 9/11, The Stranglers' bass guitarist Jean Jacques Burnel, John Lennon's Aunt Mimi, environmentalists Robert Kennedy Jr and Sangita Iyer, The Monkees' Davy Jones, marathon running icon Kathrine Switzer, thriller author Michael Litchfield and Bermuda Premier Dr Ewart Brown. This book also has life stories of Scott Neil, including encounters with wild dolphins and a crocodile in the Australian outback, running as 'a way of life', an attempted mugging on the streets of LA and a look at life in the middle of the Atlantic on the island of Bermuda. Eating Clouds is anchored by the original short novel Dolphin Girl.And it fosters a sense of security and belonging simply on the strength of cultural upbringing. ... set a it was what turned out to be the cult movie a#39;American History Xa#39; being filmed around a typical Venicearea house, an actual residential home, anbsp;...
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