Drive Thru America by Sean Condon

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If you've ever wanted to drive across the US but couldn't find the time (or afford the gas), Drive Thru America is perfect for you.

In his search for American myths and realities - along with comfort, cable TV and good, reasonably priced coffee - Sean Condon paints a hilarious road-portrait of the USA.

About Sean Condon

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Sean Condon has written for "The Age, The Good Weekend," and" The Herald Sun Sunday Magazine." He is the author of the humorous travel narratives "Drive Thru America, My 'Dam Life, "and "Sean and David's Long Drive, "and the novel" Film."
Published March 1, 1998 by Lonely Planet. 320 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Travel. Non-fiction

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In conversational asides, we hear them discuss life as music video on such topics as marriage: ""Exactly who do you invite to the great event?"" ""Yeah, it's like the ultimate band set list."" ""And your relatives are the hits from twenty years ago."" We are treated to a daily review of motel tel...

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