Wilmette, IL (Vocus) September 11, 2010
Among thousands of different occupations, Andrew Dawson chose to be a bus driver—a Singing Bus Driver. Readers can follow his eventful journey in a riveting fiction by Henny Hong.
For Andrew, being a bus driver is perfect for him. He’s getting paid for doing what he loves to do which is driving. This engaging story proves that a bus driver is not always an uneducated, mean, and nasty individual who is ignorant and foolish. In Singing Bus Driver, Andrew knows how to live by singing happily and sadly at times in this meaningless life under the sun. He can make his life and the life of others more meaningful with music.
Andrew never regrets becoming a bus driver. As it turns out, driving a bus has produced valuable experiences and memorable events that he will always cherish and preserve in his soul. The life of a Singing Bus Driver, though monotonous at times, has rarely been an onerous, boring and tedious journey. He is able to observe different people from all walks of life, simply contemplate and at times participate in interesting conversations. These experiences along with singing, allow him to develop his unique philosophical perspectives and deep religious insights.
This book lets readers into the lifetime experience of an immigrant that features an imaginative life style, which he is not ashamed of. They will get a glimpse of his exuberant life of singing, talking and laughing intermingled with love stories, and how he always wants to fill any open space with beautiful music. For more information on Singing Bus Driver, log on to Xlibris.com.
Singing Bus Driver * by Henny Hong
Publication Date: September 8, 2010
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 451 pages; 978-1-4535-4720-5
Trade Hardback; $34.99; 451 pages; 978-1-4535-4721-2
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-4722-9
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