Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Book Review: Burning Man

by: Chris DiCroce

A heartbreakingly funny adventure about love, friendship, and loyalty. From the Amazon bestselling author and critically-acclaimed songwriter who has been entertaining audiences with his words for more than 20 years.

I will be the first to admit that I am not a big ficton reader. I have indulged in the occasional Louis L'Amour western and have taken a liking to works by Nicolas Evans.

This book, Burning Man, was written by Chris DiCroce, and after reading his previous two non-fiction books related to sailing, Gotta GO To Know and What's up Ditch I just had to indulge.

Chris' style of writing had me instantly drawn into the story. Initially taking place in Nashville and moving like a whirlwind from the quiet and desolate desert to third world tropical islands. A story about trust, friendship and loyalty and the lengths the characters go to honor that friendship and commitment.

This book is fast paced, one you won't want to put down. Chris is a talented writer and I am already looking forward to the Burning Man sequel. Honestly, I have to know the next chapter, where and how do their lives spin off.

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