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by James A. Michener
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Bills Books
Bills Books rated it 6 years ago
I read this when I was about 16 and I really enjoyed it. It tells the story of some young adults during the late 60's early 70s and their stranges paths that led them each to Torremolinos Spain. Some of the stuff that happens in the book is pretty crazy (at least it was to me at the time) but I th...
Bills Books
Bills Books rated it 6 years ago
I read this when I was about 16 and I really enjoyed it. It tells the story of some young adults during the late 60's early 70s and their stranges paths that led them each to Torremolinos Spain. Some of the stuff that happens in the book is pretty crazy (at least it was to me at the time) but I th...
Bills Books
Bills Books rated it 6 years ago
I read this when I was about 16 and I really enjoyed it. It tells the story of some young adults during the late 60's early 70s and their stranges paths that led them each to Torremolinos Spain. Some of the stuff that happens in the book is pretty crazy (at least it was to me at the time) but I th...
NinthWanderer
NinthWanderer rated it 10 years ago
Someone mentioned Michener to me today and I suddenly remembered I had read The Drifters in high school when we did a unit on the 60s. This book about the intertwining lives of six very different 20-somethings who meet in Torremolinos, Spain really spoke to my 16-year-old self and my desire to just ...
joannajoanna
joannajoanna rated it 10 years ago
I read this when I was about 16 and I really enjoyed it. It tells the story of some young adults during the late 60's early 70s and their stranges paths that led them each to Torremolinos Spain. Some of the stuff that happens in the book is pretty crazy (at least it was to me at the time) but I th...
Manny Rayner's book reviews
Manny Rayner's book reviews rated it 36 years ago
- Kids today! I wonder if the 70s won't be even worse than than the 60s. Honestly, you don't know what to think, dropping out of school, letting their hair grow, rock and roll music, free love, drugs...- Another martini?- Oh, why not! Thank you. As I was saying, I don't understand young people any m...
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