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by Tim Rumsey
Author: Tim Rumsey
Publisher: William Morrow & Co; 1st edition (December 1, 1984)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: United States
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Pictures from a Trip. ISBN 10: 0688039898, ISBN 13: 9780688039899. Bibliographic Details. Title: Pictures from a Trip. Publisher: William Morrow & Co. Publication Date: 1984. Book Condition: Good.
PICTURES FROM A TRIP By Tim Rumsey. 320 pp. New York: William Morrow & Company. THE principal characters in Tim Rumsey's first novel, ''Pictures From a Trip,'' live lives amplified by car radios. 'Pictures From a Trip'' is a genuinely picaresque novel, but it is not a very good one. There are times when the book's energy carries it, but those moments are few. Mr. Rumsey's story lacks continuity, and the novel has two or maybe three endings. If this is common speech, things are worse than I thought.
Author photo on rear jacket flap. He needs to write more books!I read this ages ago, when it first came out, and remember it like it was yesterday
Author photo on rear jacket flap. He needs to write more books!I read this ages ago, when it first came out, and remember it like it was yesterday. WONDERFUL book - I fell in love with the the brother's relationship, and Ben, their blind friend who was going to do the night driving. I, too, have recommended it to anyone who would listen.
The day of the celebration, Camilla was so gracious with the spilled OJ by 2 kids, my husband clumsily hit a picture along the stairway and shattered the frame glass, and a 18 month old who was not feeling good and even almost passed out from crying (Oh dear), but she handled all of that with such fortitude.
Not a traditional road trip book where the driver is behind the wheel on the open road, but rather Mike decided to hitchhike across the country from San Francisco to Cape Fear, North Carolina, which would be challenging in and of itself. But Mike decided to do it without so much as a penny.