In Indonesia, Penny's drifting, partying, hanging out - a thousand miles away from claustrophobic Perth and her career-minded boyfriend. But things take a dangerous turn when she goes to work at Shane's Sumatran Oasis.
Caught up in the hostility directed at Shane, and flirting and surfing with the hell-man Matt, Penny soon finds herself swept into a world where two very different cultures collide.
Madelaine Dickie has worked as a rollerblading and skateboarding instructor, a radio producer and a disability support officer. Most recently, she’s managed the media and communications for an Aboriginal organisation in the Kimberley, WA. Work means travel—travel means surfing!
Madelaine’s scored empty point breaks in Mozambique, got crook with malaria in Indonesia, crashed a rental car racing to the surf in Spain and has been bewitched by welwitschia in Namibia. It’s always easier to write when you’re on the road. In 2011, Madelaine received a Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Endeavour Award to move to West Java, Indonesia, and complete her first novel Troppo. In 2014, Troppo won the City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award; in 2018 it was shortlis