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I kid you not, I often catch myself day dreaming about exotic places, remote islands, and exploring hidden destinations. So I totally understand the notion of longing for travels to come. If I have an early flight, I end up waking up multiple times throughout the night in fear that I have somehow overslept and missed my flight. While some may call that slightly neurotic, I think I prefer the word resfeber. Novaturient is pretty much a word that sums up why I urge people to travel.
I have seen what it has done for me and I have seen how it brings out the best and the worst in people. Travel for me is humbling. Often times, people equate being alone with something negative.
For some people, traveling alone is life changing. While I now travel with my partner, my solo trip abroad was what ultimately defined who I am. It taught me so many things about myself that I would never have found out. For example, I found out that I loved eating alone when I was in Italy. While I think eating alone started as a fear of being judged by the amount of pizza and pasta I would eat, I eventually loved every second of it and would excuse myself when I was traveling with big groups just so I could have some me and my meal time. I could name a million other things that came out of my solo travels but bottom line is, solo travel for me made me feel like superwoman which is why I could definitely related to the word Sturmfrei.
One of the most important lessons that travel has taught me is that the world does not revolve around me.
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Sonder captures that as it speaks of how everyone is on their own journey. That grumpy waitress that you meet? She just might be having a horrible day. Let it pass. The person who stole your hat while in the hostel? Maybe they really needed. Being able to empathize with people is one of the things that I think every person should do more of. Traveling teaches you that. Every day I am humbled by the people I meet on the road and it serves as a constant reminder to be more understanding.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon. This is a great book that is jammed full of short stories. Each of these stories capture your interest and you want to learn more. Once I started, I couldn't put the book down. I had spent several years in the Mariana Islands and the people, places and things that Joe Race covered in this fantastic volume, brought back long lost memories for me. Even though it's a fictional work, there's lots of truth in what he writes about.
Some of the stories may seem far-fetched, but from personal experience, I can attest that there is more reality than fiction. I would recommend this book for adult readers, since the author tends to get very base in some of his descriptions, but those descriptions come from street language that we all have used or have heard. That's what makes this book so realistic.
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The Mariana Islands are going through some tough times now, with the current recession and changing of the guard the U. This change may have a detrimental effect on the long term contract workers. I anticipate that there will be a ratcheting-up of petty crimes over the next few years.
Thanks again to Joe Race for a superb novel and I do look forward to this next. Sean O'G. Cambridge, Massachusetts. Joe Race starts with a retired cop winning the lottery, and everything just gets better from there. The pace is quick, the characters are compelling, and Caroline Lee gives a knockout performance. Historical fiction about the odd couple that is ten-year-old Little Onion — a cross-dressing freed slave from the Kansas Territory — and John Brown — the infamous abolitionist — just begs to be performed out loud.
Michael Boatman brings this hysterical and heartbreaking winner of the National Book Award to life. This devastating book may not be ideal for a road trip situation.
But still, I felt a palpable summer atmosphere in this story of a fictional Virginia district at the height of slavery, whose most remarkable slave-owner is a free black man. If you missed this in print, do yourself a favor and listen to the audiobook. Comedian Rob Delaney is just one of the many outstanding performers to take on these dark little stories. Just like Tom Sawyer, Nick Offerman is a wholesome boy from a small midwestern town who has a wicked mischievous streak.
He also happened to grow up into a mustachioed carpenter and comedian, which feels relevant somehow.
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The audio only magnifies this experience by keeping the pace moving slowly even though you want it to move more quickly. The narration is also wonderfully done. Locke is a great writer for fans of Grisham and Lehane, who like their plots with extra twists and full of thrills. Price is one of the best crime writers there is, and Ari Fliakos slips between the narration and the rhythms of blue collar cop talk seamlessly.
This fun listen is easy to follow even without the previous books in the series. Noah Yates is an Afro-Spanish merchant and shipowner from California who has a bit of a run in with a lady pirate in the Caribbean, who is also just a touch of a Cuban Revolutionary. The two butt heads and swords and have a heck of a good time. Her marriage is looking rocky when she discovers a time-traveling telephone that can dial the past. Bring on the 90s pop-culture references and a strong female lead who kicks ass and takes names.
James is an auto-buy, and I know I can count on her audiobooks, which are performed flawlessly by Karen White. YA Dimensional Science Fiction at its most interesting. The prose is fantastic, but for me the audiobook narrator really makes this novel. A zombie road adventure, a meditation on the meaning of personhood, a clash of scientific, military and humanistic worldviews brought to life by superbly drawn characters, especially a very unusual little girl trying to make sense of it all. Finty Williams has a lovely, smooth delivery that clearly distinguishes the characters.
The narrator is an alien who has assumed human form. The publisher produced two versions, one read by Wil Wheaton and the other by Amber Benson.