Planes, Trains, & Broken Strings: The Laughable but True Story of an Impoverished Indie-Musician Traveling the World (Paperback)
When Tom suddenly ended up jobless, he and two friends ventured into the unknown with little more than the backpacks on their backs and grandeur dreams of adventure. Shortly thereafter, when the group realized they had nowhere near enough money to support their journey, they found themselves sleeping under bridges, hitchhiking with drug dealers, befriending prostitutes, living as homeless persons, hopping trains, and finding all kinds of other trouble to get into.Hungry for adventure, excitement, and travel humor? This funny memoir will keep you entertained for pages on end. Just see what other Amazon readers are saying "The only time I was able to stop reading was when I was laughing too hard to continue."
"Kept me interested and laughing the whole time."
"Listen, I am NOT a person who likes to read. I had to force myself to put this book down at night to go to bed."
"I read almost 300 pages before I could put the damn thing down."
Follow the hilarious tale of travel-gone-wrong, debauchery, and adventure in Planes, Trains, and Broken Strings, as a broke indie-musician tries to find his place in the world with the help of a cast of colorful characters he meets along the way. Read it on Kindle or Paperback, or listen with Audible