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These Are the Days that Must Happen to You by Dan Walsh (2009-06-04)

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  • By Nikwax on March 13, 2009

    Dan Walsh may be the most gifted writer of my time. Yes, really. This is an astonishing read of his life as it moved through Africa and the Americas via motorcycle. But this is not simple narrative, not just a good story, not just an adventure or travelog. If he has any fear at all, it is of banality and dishonesty, but not of people, adventure, discovery, and not of being honest about what is driving him.You have to read this book. You don't have to be a motorcyclist or even a traveller to be moved. But if you're both, it's quite amazing.

  • By Robert Stretch on February 22, 2012

    I ordered two different titles from this author at the same time from Amazon. It turns out that the book "These are the Days That Must Happen To You" (ISBN 978-1-846-05310-8) and Endless Horizon: A Very Messy Motorcycle Journey Around the World (ISBN 978-0-7603-3604-5) are the exact same book! One is just published a year after the other by a different publisher -- but other than the title pages and the words on the paper fly cover (graphics are identical), not a jot changed!Don't order both or you will waste your money!

  • By William Thomas on March 30, 2010

    or an extended adolescence. Peter Pan in the real world smokes, uses nasty words, vomits in public places, suffers despair, knows why good women leave him, and still resents it; acts-out and tries to shrug-off consequences, is horrified as age catches up, is lonely yet rejects consolation. We get to watch, go back to our desks and homes; he's howling at the moon in our place.

  • By J. Smith on May 8, 2014

    I can't get enough of Dan Walsh's writing. His style is a pleasure to read as he kicks the rules of grammar to the curb in favor of a more personal style that keeps you wanting more.

  • By Mark A. Webster on September 15, 2010

    Pretty good read but Dan is no fan of the American so if your skin is thin or you are in love with G.W. Bush you may need to be careful. This is probably just me but I ride to get away from politics and stuff like that and he weaves it into the story too much for me. The Days are for sure fun and interesting enough that I can proudly keep it in my moto reading collection. What I really want is to spend the rest of my life on the road like Walsh did for a time.


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