Recipe For Chaos

Real Stories From The Chaotic Front

The Ride Of Our Lives

His descriptions put you right into the story and on the road with his family full of characters. His writing is in such an easy going manner that you feel as if he is sitting across the table relating his story just for you. His throwback memories of growing up in the 50’s remind me of stories my parents told. There were points that I laughed so hard tears fell. I found myself reading portions aloud to anyone who would listen. I resisted reading this story for a long time thinking it wasn’t for me. I finally listened to my friends and picked it up. I’m so glad I did.

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October 13, 2008 - Posted by | Memoir, What I Read.. | , , , ,

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