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Posted April 8, 2012
It was interesting, funny and sometimes quite depressing. It too
It was interesting, funny and sometimes quite depressing. It took me quite a while to get into reading, because I was really busy the past month, but when I started reading it was very fluent and nice going. This book makes you think about your life, what do you want to do with it or what did you do wrong. What could have been if you would be just a little bit more of a free spirit and spontaneous, adventurous, if you threw away all your plans for the future, all those secure decisions and just go on the road, take one step at the time and not think about where're you headed.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
There are two stories completeing each other in this book. One is about a man and a woman who met at the Rainbow bar where she worked as a dancer, they went on the road together, picked up her little daughter and they all lived at his ranch. I don't want to give up too many details, but lets just say that Jack Carmine had a lot of things hunting him from the past and Linda always wondered if she could do more with her life and not just settle for what she has. The other story is about Vince, his wife died awhile back and he was always the predictable, caring, family man. He was responsible. But he always dreamed of traveling and discovering, sensing adventure on his own skin and ne day he decides to do it. It's a lot of talk about country music in this book, and from time to time it was hard for me to understand the words, because some of them are outside my vocabulary range (I'm not from an English speaking country). Anyway, 3 stars for this one.