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Conversations With US - American Southwest (Conversations With US, #2)

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FORGET THE POLLSTERS AND PUNDITS - America can speak for itself. Are you ready to undertake an epic two-wheeled journey through all 50 states to hear what our nation has to say?

The Conversations With US series chronicles some 16,000 miles of pedal-powered exploration as author Chris Register and his trusty touring rig set forth to uncover the truth about our shared hopes,
Kindle Edition, 354 pages
Published March 19th 2020 by Spoke & Word Books
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Cheryl Thornburg
Mar 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Conversations with US, an intimate look at Americans
I have to admit that only about 10% of the hundreds of books I read each year are non-fiction, so when my advance copy of “Conversations with US – American Southwest” arrived, I was dubious that it would grab my attention. I was wrong.
This is a book that gives up-close-and-personal looks at the lives, thoughts and opinions of a diverse collection of individuals who live in the American Southwest. The interviews, conducted by author, Chris Regis
Apr 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book was definitely an enjoyable read and I admire anyone who executes this kind of undertaking--a very long bike trip in some pretty harsh conditions with a goal of interviewing a lot of people along the way. And this volume is just about one segment of Register's travels, so it's almost mind boggling. Maybe it's the part of the country he's riding through in this volume, but most of the people he talks to are pretty conservative, and many of them play fast and loose with facts. (Half the ...more
Lynn Wyvill
May 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Fascinating tour through the American southwest talking to people about what's on their minds concerning the condition of the country and what they are most concerned about. Chris talks to a broad cross section of people in his travels. The reader also gets some idea of what a lone bicyclist faces when riding long distances. I found that part of the story particularly interesting. A wonderful read, especially if your vacation this year is a staycation. ...more
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Chris Register is an explorer at heart. His life's journey has taken him through a thousand villages, towns, cities, rural communities, and wild places spread across several continents. He served in the Peace Corps, graduated Georgetown Law, and litigated cases in U.S. district court before cycling some 16,000 miles across the United States to connect with hundreds of everyday Americans from all 5 ...more

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