The Mammoth Book of Tales from the Road: Tales of Life on the Move
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Combining classic stories with never-before-published work, The Mammoth Book of Tales from the Road travels along exotic as well as familiar pathways, covering territory from the erotic and romantic, to the chilling, adventurous, and humorous. From trails carved through dense jungle to six-lane superhighways, these travelers' tales comprise cops and robbers barrelling down...more
Paperback, 499 pages
Published November 25th 2002 by Running Press
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Alex Goiran
Some great stories, if you like ones about the open road. In the end a sense of freedom is the common thread that excites me every time I pick up this book to escape from the 8 to 5 week day and the self-imposed obligatory errand crammed weekends, all in the name of a happy existence. This collection is a challenge to that ideal.
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Reese Forbes
33 short stories including ones from Kerouac, Steinbeck, HS Thompson. Spans a lot of styles and a lot of miles. Entertaining read.
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Cutting to the chase, the stand-out stories are: Greg Beatty's The Road to Cedar Rapids, Sylvia Rose's Kicks on Route 66, Martin Edward's 24 Hous from Tulsa, Cory Doctorow's the Road Calls Me Dear, Peter Turnbull's Weasal and The Fish, M. Christian's Orphans, Edo van Belkom's Ice Bridge, Hunter S. Thompson's The Rum Diaries, Jack Ewing's A Wet One, Michael Moorcook's The Mountain, Roxane Gray's The Myth of Fingerprints, Leslie What's How I Got Away, and Brian Hodge's Miles to Go Before I Weep.
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