Author Tom Snyder was an early advocate of a Route 66 revival and his 1990 Route 66 Traveler's Guide & Roadside Companion for St. Martin's Press was the first guidebook to the old road written in more than forty years, as well as the first to map the route since its decertification in 1985. He lives on the West Coast, dividing his time among British Columbia, Washington, and California. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
I have reviewed this material and will use it often on our planned trip down route 66. It is very informative.Published on June 6 2013 by campbayroad
A must read for all Route 66 enthusiasts. The writer's enthusiasm and knowledge is evident throughout.
Makes you want to travel the whole route.
I really like the turn-by-turn directions and descriptions of sites along the way. Great book. Lots of fun to read!Published on Oct. 28 2011 by Leo
We tried using this book on a recent trip on Route 66. Not only does he use outdated maps, with old street names, but has he even tried following this book himself? Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2000 by Jack Eskoz