Martha's Vineyard Miracles

Martha s Vineyard Miracles The long awaited sequel to Hitchhiking with Larry David Gotham Penguin Paul Samuel Dolman returns to Martha s Vineyard with his beloved Miracle to find a little wisdom eat some pizza and converse wi

  • Title: Martha's Vineyard Miracles
  • Author: Paul Dolman
  • ISBN: 9781890115012
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Paperback
  • The long awaited sequel to Hitchhiking with Larry David, Gotham Penguin Paul Samuel Dolman returns to Martha s Vineyard with his beloved Miracle to find a little wisdom, eat some pizza and converse with Larry Paul captures the flavor and feel of the island summer, while running into many of the lovable characters from book one Paul s wit, intelligence, and beautifulThe long awaited sequel to Hitchhiking with Larry David, Gotham Penguin Paul Samuel Dolman returns to Martha s Vineyard with his beloved Miracle to find a little wisdom, eat some pizza and converse with Larry Paul captures the flavor and feel of the island summer, while running into many of the lovable characters from book one Paul s wit, intelligence, and beautiful view of the world are all contained in this terrific read, and I believe it will inspire many to think about the potential everyone s thumb has to take them places beyond the complacent.

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    1. I found this book to be quite disappointing. I enjoyed "Hitchhiking With Larry David" so I was really looking forward to this book. I had also met the author on Martha's Vineyard. He approached me and my children one day and told me about his first book. I bought it then and read it on my way to New York. I finished it before we got there. I laughed a lot. This book, however, was troubling to me. It is listed as "spiritual" but it is filled with misogynistic (I don't throw that word around) unde [...]

    2. Enjoyed this one as well. I like Paul Dolman's writing. Keeps you interested. This one was not as witty/humorous as HHWLD, but following the relationship and bits of wisdom keep it interesting.

    3. Not an astounding tale or adventure nor particularly enmeshed in plot, but a likable read with a ton of spiritual and self-actualization messages that I have actually practiced since reading. Definitely a good read because it felt like a letter from a friend. In all fairness, the author told me about the book.

    4. I had read a lot of bad reviews about this book, and it lived up to them. I skimmed and skipped as it was impossible to read the entire thing. There is a preview of a third book that doesn't seem to have been released yet. Not sure if it will or not.

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