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“Zen and Now is a story worth telling, about a journey worth sharing–an entertaining, inspiring, and rewarding read.” –Neil Peart
“You don’t have to be familiar with the original book to enjoy Richardson’s tale, nor do you have to know how to ride a motorcycle.”
— Ottawa Citizen
“Like any really good road trip that’s also about a search for truth, it’s filled with revelation and surprise… and ultimately draws you in with its seductive rhythm and superior storytelling.”
— The Toronto Sun
Mark Richardson is the editor of the Wheels section of the Toronto Star. He turned forty-two at the end of his journey, which he amusingly explains is the “meaning of life,” according the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Zen and Now is his first book. He lives in Toronto.See all Product Description
A great old classic. And that is why it only got 3 stars. It's dated. Still, it is written well and the messages are timeless. A good read.Published 8 months ago by Armchair Reader
Very interesting, I have always heard of the "Zen and the art of motorcycle repair", a book from my parents generations. Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. Ray Chretien
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