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'A two year old girl is abandoned on the streets of Ulaan Bataar with a bag of clothes and a note pinned to her: ‘Please take care of me ...'Twelve year old Betty, alone looking after her dying mother, is kidnapped to become a child soldier ... An Australian aid worker finds himself off the tourist map confronted by the struggles of people in the developing world, across six continents.

'He discovers the inspirational and the beautiful; people and cultures responding to their changing landscape; the stories and courage of individuals who bring fresh perspectives to life. And so much that is just funny ...' (Publication summary)

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    • Melbourne, Victoria,: Transit Lounge , 2016 .
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      • Published 1st November 2016
      ISBN: 9780994395740

Works about this Work

'Beyond the Vapour Trail : The Beauty, Horror and Humour of Life: An Aid Worker’s Story' by Brett Pierce Katy Gerner , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , May no. 391 2017;
'Beyond the Vapour Trail, a memoir-cum-travel book spanning six continents, concerns the author’s experiences as an aid worker for non-government organisations such as World Vision. Brett Pierce’s work involves researching and setting up community projects, and adapting and remodelling child sponsorship programs. He describes it as ‘sitting down with these communities to explore the causes of poverty and to pursue their dreams for a better life’. (Introduction)
Book Bite 2 : Beyond the Vapour Trail Brett Pierce , 2016 single work column
— Appears in: Good Reading , November 2016; (p. 50-52)
Review : Beyond the Vapour Trail KN , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Saturday Paper , 12 November 2016;

— Review of Beyond the Vapour Trail Brett Pierce 2016 single work autobiography
Review : Beyond the Vapour Trail KN , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Saturday Paper , 12 November 2016;

— Review of Beyond the Vapour Trail Brett Pierce 2016 single work autobiography
Book Bite 2 : Beyond the Vapour Trail Brett Pierce , 2016 single work column
— Appears in: Good Reading , November 2016; (p. 50-52)
'Beyond the Vapour Trail : The Beauty, Horror and Humour of Life: An Aid Worker’s Story' by Brett Pierce Katy Gerner , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , May no. 391 2017;
'Beyond the Vapour Trail, a memoir-cum-travel book spanning six continents, concerns the author’s experiences as an aid worker for non-government organisations such as World Vision. Brett Pierce’s work involves researching and setting up community projects, and adapting and remodelling child sponsorship programs. He describes it as ‘sitting down with these communities to explore the causes of poverty and to pursue their dreams for a better life’. (Introduction)
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