Hill Tribe Love

A man’s quest to find love in exotic lands. Existential questions trigger an escape from the predictability and blandness of life in England. His journey leads him to the hill tribes of northern Thailand. Can the void in his soul ever be filled?

By Stephen Hepple

Reviews

A good read. Hepple contrasts here his obviously personal experiences of relationships with the female of both the Eastern and Western variety in a style that weaves rolling narrative stitched with common thread. He places the reader in no doubt of his preferred adornments whilst at the same time leaving the question 'Are all women cut of the same cloth?' hanging in the air like smoke from a fire made of leaves freshly gathered but not yet completely dry.

This 'novella' examines intercontinental sexual dynamics, shining a light on the underlying motivations of each gender. It analyses hetero interplay through an opaque lens of cross-cultural inebriation. Why do humans do what they do? This work will be held in the same esteem as Plato's 'Republic' in years to come. Be one of the first to own it. Make history.

You will get a PDF (393KB) file.

$ 1.00

$ 1.00

Buy Now

Discount has been applied.

Added to cart