- "Using over ten percent of all the words in the Oxford English Dictionary, Nomad charts one man's attempt to recreate a deeply personal journey made by his father some forty years ago. Donning his boots, his windcheater and a high-end Arabian scarf bought in John Lewis only days before they announced a sale, Partridge sets off from his childhood hoome in Norwich to walk 160 miles in The Footsteps of His Father(TM). His destination? Dungeness Nuclear Power Station on the Kent coast, a place that held a special significance for the man he simply called "Papa". Through witty vignettes, heavy essays and nod-inducing pieces of widsom, Alan Partridge will shine a light on the nooks of the nation and the crannies of himself."
- Orion Books
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