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Far and Away: A Prize Every Time

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  • Posted July 13, 2012

    Vivid travelog sprinkled with anecdotes

    Neil Peart, in addition to being one of my drum Gods, is also a very vivid and engaging writer. I have read all of his other books and this continues in the tradition of "you are there with him" travels around the USA and other places. His vivid descriptions of places and communities are interwoven with anecdotes about his band RUSH, and his personal life. Even if you don't ride a motorcycle, his overt enthusiasm for touring on his BMW will put you in the drivers seat and make you want to get touring bike. His appreciation and descriptive acumen make for a quick and immersive read. It's tone is very much brighter than Ghost Rider, and while it does center mostly on the road. It takes you from place A to B in a charming, masterfully written manner. It's also a cautionary tale of putting too much faith in a GPS unit. Highly recommended.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2012

    Lack of pictures decreases the value of this book!

    I have the hardcover of this book, and it is fantastic. I was going on a trip, and thought I'd get the Nook version to read on my iPad, but there are very few pictures in it at all. Without the pictures, there is very little value in getting this for your Nook. I definitely recommend the hardcover, though!

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