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Billy Connolly's Route 66 Hardcover – December 13, 2011
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Thoroughly interesting, packed with loads of fascinating informaton about the history of Route 66 and the states it passes through.
Between the incredible scenery and windswept and interesting people, it made me wish I could travel Route 66, with some old fashioned rock and roll blaring from the stereo―Curious Book Fans
About the Author
Billy Connolly is a world-renowned, award-winning comedian, musician, presenter, author and actor.
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Should have had some more comic reading added . It certainly
didn't encourage me to travel that route, but I am sure it is a truthful
assessment of the places visited along the way. Some good historical
information in the book . When I think of Billy I think FUNNY , so I was a little
disappointed . Great holiday reading.
In fact, I thought you might have made a wrong turn and were writing about Belen!
Come back! Ah'll give ye a hysterical tour of every beck, Laird, Clan, and bonny Conquistador clashes we've endured over the past 400 years! ..Only one thing...ye must wear yer kilt, because I have a thing about knobby,hairy knees - and ya ken that there's nothin' more fetching than a man in a kilt, without his breeks! Tara!