Gary Orleck - Travels With Maurice An Outrageous Adventure In Europe In 1968
What a grand title in Travels with Maurice An Outrageous Adventure In Europe In 1968 by Gary Orleck. I haven't read work from this author before, and I enjoyed this story. The prologue sets the tone for what sparked the story. The story is narrated in first person and revolves around adventures with Maurice. A dear friend to the narrator, the author, probably best friend. A chance encounter with Maurice, who refers to Gary as Garree, brings on the adventure. "I could see his mind working for a moment before he responded. 'Garree, let's say that we each take three thousand dollars with us and when one of us goes broke, we'll both come back home." This story is about the life that Gary led, and each time he and Maurice would meet, it was always interesting, and sometimes dangerous. I enjoyed reading Gary's story, as well as Maurice's story, because one adventure changed their lives. It's a lifetime of stories, and very enjoyable. Travels With Maurice an Outrageous In Europe In 1968 is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews. I look forward to reading more stories by this author.