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Wheels on the Bus

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Over a lifetime many people encounter sexual predators, prostitution, drug dealers, murder, robbery, racism, sexism, kinky sex, post-traumatic stress syndrome, homosexuality and broken-down old people.

Back in 1974, thanks to a bus company marketing promotion, a shy 18-year-old could pack all that and more into just 30 days. Throw in Mardi Gras, some sleazy preachers, a UFO
Paperback, 236 pages
Published November 4th 2010 by Createspace
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Jeremy Morgan
Feb 05, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Wheels on the bus is a "trip" you have to take. First off it's very easy to read. The writing is clear, interesting and flows very well. A good writer makes you forget you're reading, and Ken accomplishes that with ease. The continuity and flow is very smooth and you'll finish this book pretty fast. That's not because it's too simple, it's really a compliment to the writing itself, it's clear Ken is a polished author. But enough about the writing.

The story is about a young man taking a trip acro
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