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Mr. McCarthy has a pretty good way about making you feel that you are in the story and that you can see and feel what he does.
Andrew McCarthy writes about his travels and his struggle to commit to a woman he's clearly in love with in this travel memoir/psychological examination of self.
That melodrama aside, this is an insightful, enjoyable book that makes you see travel, and why people do it, in a very different way.
In the book The Longest Way Home: One Man’s Quest for the Courage to Settle Down, Andrew McCarthy takes us on a beautiful journey across the globe and through his psyche as he goes... Read morePublished 3 days ago by RVing Erin
Very personal, yet accessible account of finding peace against a back drop of travel & interesting adventures. Really enjoyed reading this book.Published 20 days ago by CapitolJ
Beautifully written book, really enjoyed Andrew's personal impressions and thoughts as he travelled the world and contemplated life and love and family.Published 26 days ago by GLo1
I guy I always love watching and now I feel I know a lot more about him from reading this memoir.Published 2 months ago by Mz3llie
The Longest Way Home is one of the greatest fiction and non fiction stories I've ever read!
Andrew McCarthy's story has inspired me to find my way home again :-)
Hard to follow. He's talking about one thing at one place then drifts off and starts talking about things that happened thirty years ago that have nothing to do with his journey. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tori
Great read,great stories. Amazingly personal. Read it on the plane.Published 3 months ago by fenton lawless