The 2012 End Of The World Tour

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In November 2011, at the age of twenty-six, I quit my job and bought a one-way ticket to Bangkok. This book chronicles the three months that immediately followed that decision.

On it’s surface, this is a book about sex, drugs and rock and roll. It is a story of drugs, booze, girls, debauchery, friendship, growth, and maturity. It’s a story that follows me from the depressing cubicle slavery of North America, into the Muay Thai rings of Chiang Mai, the bars and clubs of Bangkok, the beach raves of Cambodia, and a drunken and drug-addled journey down the Nam Song river in an inner tube.

But more than any of that, this is a book about a lost generation.

The 2012 End Of The World Tour is my attempt to explore the story behind the legions of young Americans, Canadians, Australians and Europeans who have chosen to flee the adult responsibilities of their home countries, and meander from city to beach to temple in Southeast Asia, always one jump ahead of young adulthood. The specters of duty and purpose doggedly pursue them, as they pursued me. And so we flee.

This is our story.

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Reviews of The Freedom Twenty-Five Lifestyle Guide

Foseti

“The book is well-written and enjoyable. It’s thoughtful but ultimately a bit unsatisfying. If you’re expecting to read this book and think “Frost shouldn’t have quit his job” or “quitting your job and traveling the world is sure to be super deep and meaningful” you’ll be disappointed either way. The truth is that it’s not clear.

Frost is honest enough to admit that he’s found . . . nothing, but some good times (and some good stories). It’d be nice to know a little more about what lessons he’s drawn from these findings. I guess we’ll have to wait for the next book.”

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