The Book of Tolan Easy Come Easy Go by T. I. Wade
The Book of Tolan (Volume II) Easy Come Easy Go

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The rollicking saga continues...... Following the exploits of the Tolan family in Banking, Beer & Robert The Bruce, Volume II picks up the pace with motorcycle-racing, The 'Battle of Britain', flying by-the-seat-of-your-pants, and then the thrill of discovering the opposite sex in the free-wheelin' "flower-power" era. Beginning in the 1930's in England, the story follows the exploits of Colonel William Tate through the Second World War in India and then on to Africa. The wily Colonel not only survives abandonment in the jungles by his employer, but thrives and plays a major part in the Allied victory. The adventure then picks up the story of a small English boy on the dangerous continent of Africa, growing up in the sixties and seventies when the civilized World was defining civilized ! This unorthodox life makes for some amazing and seemingly wild happenings. Volume II of The Book of Tolan advances the tales of the Tolan family through to Y2K, 1999. This is a story that many of us can identify with. You will laugh yourself off your chair with the characters' exploits and sympathize with the challenges of boyhood advancing to manhood, in a World where 'Men were Men and Women were expected to stay at home'! Volume II is a 730 page fictional story that will glue you to each and every page, leaving you desperate for Volume III. Filled with adventure, high-speed action, humor and with rich and colorful description of the way life used to be, Easy Come, Easy Go, is an excellent novel by itself!
 

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Published November 1, 2009 by Triple T Productions Inc.. 701 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment.

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