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We Never Travel Alone: A Collection of Essays on Journeys Near and Far

by R. A. Voss

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In her collection of essays, “We Never Travel Alone”, R.A Voss deftly weaves threads of place and time. Through historical research, family stories, observations, and memories, she offers us a unique glimpse of places she has lived and visited. Her voice is strong as she walks the German countryside that her great-great-grandfather hailed from and as she tries to see into the past through his eyes. The touching story of “Buttermilk Road” takes us back in time to a memory from her childhood and then fast-forwards 50 years to another, sadder trip down Buttermilk Road.

Who we are and what we have experienced always travels with us and colors our view of the world. With keen curiosity and deep introspection, Voss takes the reader along with her and proves to be a fine traveling companion.

Bias disclaimer: I am the author’s sister-in-law. ( )
  bethnv | Mar 27, 2014 |
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