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Three baby boomers relive their 1969 trip to Woodstock.
One final roadtrip. One last chance to say Goodbye Emily.
Country Joe McDonald: “Michael I just finished reading your novel and found it a
fantastic read and wonderful story! It would make a terrific movie. Thanks for
letting me see it. cheers, Joe.”
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must have been in heaven, man.”
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important in your life. I wept at the end but it was a good cry, a cry that made me
sigh and go tiptoe into the living room where I had to kiss and hug my husband
and my three kids just one more time before going to bed. And then I had to go to
You Tube so I could watch Woodstock Live."
Author Jen Estes: Goodbye Emily is amusing, heartwarming and inviting. Through
Sparky’s healing journey, we discover that while we can’t escape heartbreak, we
can’t let that keep us from pursuing love. I laughed, I cried…I thoroughly enjoyed
Two years after the death of his wife Emily from cancer, a college professor faces his own
life-threatening illness, broken heart syndrome. With one last chance to grab life by the balls, the
professor plans a roadtrip to scatter his wife Emily’s ashes where they met at Woodstock.
To recreate the original trip he'll need his Vienam vet buddy and the third tripper from back in the
day, now in a nursing home with early stage Alzheimer’s. When the home refuses to allow their
friend to come along, the professor and the vet bust him out, attracting the attention of the cops
and the media, fascinating the public.
The roadtrip turns into a flight from “the man” and not even the professor’s defense attorney
daughter can help.In a psychedelic van, the trio dodges cops in two states and a politically
opportunistic worm of a prosecutor. Against all odds, they close in on their destination. Waiting
are thousands of supporters determined to recreate the magic of Woodstock and enough cops to
end the roadtrip and break the professor’s heart for good.
"I cried. I laughed. Dinner was late. I didn't want it to end. That pretty much
sums up one of the best books I've ever read." Author Dianne Harmon