It's All Good : America, 1991. It's as if there's no oil crisis and everyone's on a road going somewhere. The dream of fame and fortune hasn't quite worked out as it was meant to for Andrew Daddo and he's on his way back to Australia. There's just one last thing to do: ride a motorbike from New York to L.A. He just needs to find someone to take the trip with him. After working his way through a list of mates who won't or can't go, he settles on one he barely knows who will. That summer spent with Ray O'Neal forges a friendship that Andrew thinks will last a lifetime. But in February 2004 Ray died in a workplace accident and left behind his wife and their young daughter, Rose. It's All Good starts out as a letter to Rose - Andrew wanted to share the stories he knew she'd never get from the photos. A combination of travelogue and memoir, it becomes a story about Andrew as well, and the funny, sad, mad experience of families and friendship.
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