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Published July 24th 2020
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John Maberry
Sep 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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On a 30th anniversary trip to Mexico, her beloved husband dies on a beach of an apparent heart attack. That's an opening frame in this memoir of discovery in her home state of Minnesota. As many youth in the sixties, she finds escape in a variety of drugs readily available then and well into the seventies and beyond. Miraculously, she encounters the love of her life in that world.

The title exemplifies the life the author and the man who would become her husband led for some time--the countercul
Carol Gardnet
Sep 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book took me back to three decades starting with the 60’s. What a testament to those of us who grew up in that era. We were tuff, curious and fun. So is the book!! Lynn reminds me of who I was, and how I got to who I am now. A book of life, laughter, healing and tragedy. As the commercial said in the 60’s, “try it you’ll like it”. Happy reading.
Oct 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book is a story of growing up in the50’s,60’s, 70’s and beyond. Lynne writes with humor and brutal honesty in a way that keeps you wanting more. It’s truly a love story that continues through her journey. A must read!
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