RoadTrip

RoadTrip

by Emory Black

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ISBN-13: 9781432790141
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 03/22/2013
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Emory Black, a graduate of a private liberal arts college, has worked and written his way across four continents in various business and government operations. A teller of stories, including the novel “Incident at Zhenbao”, Emory lives in America’s desert Southwest with his faithful jackrabbit chasing dog, Pugsi, and surrounded by loving friends.

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RoadTrip 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lots of violence.   Different plot, if you stay with it till the end, you will have made the journey.   J/
RobPaulB More than 1 year ago
Road Trip is a story that I could not put down! Emory Black puts you behind the wheel of this Man's life and is pursuit for the truth. There's no telling what will happen next or what will come of Josh, the storyline keeps you on your toes and hoping for the best! 
RebeccasReads.com More than 1 year ago
A Hard Edged Tale of Redemption The author is in charge of his craft. Humor coating certain passages is welcomed. There are sly winks as well. The story, alas, is ugly and mean and pretty and knowing. At its core, it is probably a love story, a thing of discovery, of growth, and yes, of steel boned menace. Its end is tender though, sublime. Read on through the well wrought mire and you will be glad to have gotten there.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Author Emory Black is able to do what all writers hope to accomplish: he keeps you turning the pages right to the very end! His dialogue and descriptive prose use the simplest words in a refreshingly new, unique and crisp way, giving unexpected excitement to his story. Emory Black is reminiscent of James Baldwin's style.