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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Guest Review: Strangers on a Bus by Robb Logger

Strangers on a Bus by Robb Logger
Kindle Edition
Page length: approximately 184 pages
Courtesy of Author
Book Description: Amazon Kindle
Robb is crushed by a failed relationship with the love of his life and finds himself unexpectedly on a long bus trip from his adopted home in the U.S. Back to his native Canada.
At the first stop in NYC, a girl gets on and so begins a contemplation of life, love, and strange events that will bring tears of laughter and heartache streaming down your face.
Is this girl Robb's real true love or just a rebound? How far can they get on a bus ride anyway?
This is a true story.


Missie’s Thoughts & Description:


This is a first person narrative of the experience of a bus ride for the author Robb Logger.  It is a story about Robb's life, what has happened with him and his ex-girlfriend and why he is sitting on a bus, along with the people he meets,  everything he see's and all the things that happen on this journey.


This is usually not my kind of read, however I do touch base every now and again with the real world and I am glad I read this short novella. It only took a few hours to read and I enjoyed every minute of it. Robb has written a quirky and funny short story of his travels and I loved it.  I found myself laughing out loud at his sense of humor throughout the entire book. I felt so sorry for him when he explained why he had left his girlfriend. I honestly understood his point of view, and it was nice to hear a guys point of view in a relationship and the thoughts that they have.  


I believe that everyone will find his sense of humor very amusing, and will become a fan of Robb Logger's after this little book.  The only cons to this little novel I found were that I found myself at the end really wondering what happens now.  I quickly went and checked his book list and will be patiently waiting to see how his escapades truly end.


A very enjoyable read that I think everyone will enjoy.  I really recommend this novella.



Rating: 4 Wine Glasses

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