Take A Road Trip Before You Retire

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One man does so, and his whole life and family is much better for it

Sometimes the things that we think will take us a lifetime to cover, are covered in a matter of days. For Adam, a soon-to-be retiree living in Detroit, that much is true. Experience the journey of a lifetime as author Vailore Anandan weaves an extraordinary tale about a man, his son, daughter-in-law, teenage grandchild, and one refreshing and stimulating road trip.

Just a month before his retirement, sixty-five year old Adam decides to go on a road trip to California. With camping and fishing in between, he invites his family to take one final vacation to relax and unwind. Although they wanted to accompany the old man, most could not afford to take the month-long trip Adam is planning. In the end, there were only four of them.

The road to California is flanked with memorable sights, invigorating conversations, and heartwarming tales that will captivate your heart. Adam tells his family enlightening stories about religion, intuition, and his different perceptions in life with spicy and romantic tales that keep them warm in the night.

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About the Author
Vailore Anandan was born in 1960, in Madras, India, to a railway worker. He graduated with an engineering degree from IIT, Madras, India. He went on to get a Master’s degree and PhD from Clemson University, SC. Anandan worked in the automotive industry for about ten years, and is presently working in the aircraft industry. Though his field is mainly in the mechanical structural design, he is also interested in religion, philosophy, psychology, and humanity. Apart from writing, the author is also into art. He has a passion for nature and environment. He believes in Athmam, a concept advocated by Hindu saints. Anandan lives with his wife and two children.

Go Fish * by Vailore Anandan
Publication Date: February 16, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 345 pages; ISBN 978-1-4257-6199-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 345 pages; ISBN 978-1-4257-6212-4

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