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All the Burning Bridges A Thousand Steps From The Farm To The Blue Black Highway A Journey Away From A Paddock Of SticksIn The Sequel To His Highly Acclaimed First Memoir Stillways , Steve Bisley Lands Smack Dab In The Middle Of Sydney It S High Waisted Bell Bottom Pants, Paisley Body Shirts, Velvet Jackets, Platform Shoes And A Lust For Everything Life Has To Offer Him And It Offers Him A Lot Till The Day He Auditions For The Acting Course At The National Institute Of Dramatic Art And To His Dismay Is Accepted, Along With Fellow Classmates, Judy Davis And Mel Gibson Three Years Later, On Their Graduation Day, Mel And Steve Are Cast In A Film That Will Change Their Lives Forever The Iconic Australian Cult Film Mad MaxIn This Sensory And Poetic Memoir, Actor Steve Bisley Reflects On Loving, Losing, Wrecking And Running The Bridges Burned In The Decades Since Hitchhiking Away From The Small Family Farm On The Central Coast Of NSW In The S

  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • All the Burning Bridges
  • Steve Bisley
  • English
  • 14 August 2019
  • 176040084X

About the Author: Steve Bisley

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10 thoughts on “All the Burning Bridges

  1. says:

    Had this weird feeling I had already read this but then I realised that a substantial portion, well the entertaining bits, had formed the major part of the promotional interview I had heard on the radio Not as strong as the first volume, in my view, not as lyrical Or maybe there was just less about his sex life in the first, and much of the humour in the second depends on that Quick read, and I can t help feeling a lot has been left out that might explain some of his current predicament Had this weird feeling I had already read this but then I realised that a substantial portion, well the entertaining bits, had formed the major part of the promotional interview I had heard on the radio Not as strong as the first volume, in my view, not as lyrical Or maybe there was just less about his sex life in the first, and much of the humour in the second depends on that Quick read, and I can t help feeling a lot has been left out that might explain some of his current predicaments Although maybe its unprintable

  2. says:

    I loved this, practically inhaled it Steve Bisley is a wordsmith There is so much honesty, humour emotion in the stories he tells I expectedanecdotes about his acting life and although I would have enjoyed them I was surprised but captivated by the stories he does tell in this memoir Brilliant I loved this, practically inhaled it Steve Bisley is a wordsmith There is so much honesty, humour emotion in the stories he tells I expectedanecdotes about his acting life and although I would have enjoyed them I was surprised but captivated by the stories he does tell in this memoir Brilliant

  3. says:

    Bisley can write beautifully and he s generally a really engaging storyteller He s a bit of an old sexist dinosaur in many ways some of this reads a bit Alvin Purple Those expecting revelations from the set of Mad Max will be disappointed he describes the casting process, but that s about it He s fantastic on his childhood on the farm and adventures as a young milkman and Kings Cross barman, and later adventures as a middle aged pot farmer He goes quiet on a few things that I would ve li Bisley can write beautifully and he s generally a really engaging storyteller He s a bit of an old sexist dinosaur in many ways some of this reads a bit Alvin Purple Those expecting revelations from the set of Mad Max will be disappointed he describes the casting process, but that s about it He s fantastic on his childhood on the farm and adventures as a young milkman and Kings Cross barman, and later adventures as a middle aged pot farmer He goes quiet on a few things that I would ve liked to have had some perspective on ie domestic troubles, and that would seem to shed light on his depression But it s a good read Only occasionally does his rambling pall I loved the chapter on Leura

  4. says:

    Great read The author has a refreshing style of writing.

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