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By: Brian Morgan

To Hell And Back For Charity!

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From an almost completely impulsive moment of madness, self-employed family man Brian Morgan decided to leave his family behind and embark on a crazy challenge of walking 335 miles in 12 days, all in aid of a good cause.

Battling against the odds and thwarted right from the start, exciting adventure soon became a grueling journey of pain and despair. Hampered by storms, injuries, dehydration, trench foot, cramp, crippling blisters and more, staying on track seemed ever more unlikely day by day, yet somehow through sheer determination and pure willpower he triumphed in what he set out to do as failure was almost inconceivable!

“I never set out to write a book” said Mr Morgan, “but so much happened along the way and with barely a dull moment, I just felt I just had to share my experience with others. One thing that kept me going was the pure kindness from some of the most amazing people I met, and the generosity and thoughtfulness of one man in particular just blow me away as you’ll find out!”

30 years in my trade and I have had the pleasure of meeting so many lovely people. As a man of strong principles, I soon decided to work for myself. I’m an experienced and skilled kitchen fitter, thriving on completely satisfied customers. However, nothing annoys me more than trivial complaints when there are so many in the world with so little! As an optimist in life, I always try to focus on what I have, not what I don’t; always trying to see the good in others and aspiring to help others whenever I can.

Who knows what I’ll do next!

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  • Tim Bird

    A wonderful insight into the mind of this amazing man!
    The narrative is really engaging and demonstrates to the reader what the human body can overcome with the right mindset.
    A must-read for any armchair adventurers.

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