In a dazzling and exhilarating display of narrative on-the-road reporting, award-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author Bob Greene takes readers on an unforgettable American journey of music, memories, and universal longing.
Running away to join the circus is a dream were told to put away once were no longer young. But, as Bob Greene writes, just when in our lives we give up on capturing the freedom and bright mornings of our world when it was new, sometimes something Histories for Generations to Come.
As a magazine writer he has been lead columnist for Life and Esquire; as a broadcast journalist he has served as a contributing correspondent for ABC News Nightline. He wrote a syndicated newspaper column based in Chicago for thirty-one years, first for the Sun-Times and later for the Tribune. He is a frequent contributor to the New York Times op-ed page.