Lost on Route 66: tales from the Mother Road
Katelyn Bohl, Eric Wilder
Gondwana Press, Apr 1, 2010 - Fiction - 168 pages
Lost on Route 66 is a compendium of short stories, poetry and essays about The Mother Road, Route 66.
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Crossing eight states the infamous Route 66 has been an American legend since its birth in 1926 and almost everyone at one time or another either has been on the route, part of it, or wishes to explore it. Either way, "Lost on Route 66" gives a glimpse into experiences of some people while they drive the route or live near it. As I read each story I was able to place myself in the heart of the writer, smiling at some, laughing at others, and feeling sadness with a few. The voices of the writers are authentic while they bring their own experiences to life for readers to enjoy or relate to. Thanks to Katelyn Bohl and Eric Wilder Route 66 continues to live on. They bring to us nostalgia at its best and allow us to be armchair travelers at our leisure through the experiences of others.
r r bryan Foreword
Russell D Walker Only on Route 66
Jacqueline Seewald Lifes Little Lessons
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