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Miles to Go by Richard Paul Evans
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May 06, 11

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Read from May 05 to 06, 2011

“Miles to Go”, the second journal of “The Walk” series by Richard Paul Evans, begins with Alan recovering from his near-death mugging. In this series, it is quite obvious that the story, like life, is not about the destination, it is about the journey. And it’s not just the simple act of getting from one place to another; it is the stops along the way and the chance meetings with others that define this story, as they affect Alan’s life. The author illustrates quite vividly how choosing a certain road, a certain fork in that road, a half-hidden path that leads uphill or down, makes the difference between happiness or despair, security or fear, life or death, for you or for those you have yet to meet. And with no more planning or thought than a coin toss. Even more thought-provoking are the journal entries themselves, snippets of truths and enlightenments, beautiful in their simplicity, profound in their meaning. Take time from your busy life, running here and there, to walk along with Alan. I received this book free from Goodreads First Reads.
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