are we doing this? To say we have, or to prove we can?"
that thought in mind, Margaret Logan, 40, decides to take her 17-year-old
daughter head to Paris. From there, they would ride their ten-speed
bicycles to Rome, crossing the Alps en route. A daunting task, to
be certain. But what is more daunting, crossing the Alps on bicycle
or challenging a teenager's narrow values and materialistic ambitions?
published to outstanding reviews in 1979, Anacus Press is proud
to present a new edition of Happy Endings by Margaret Logan, including
new maps and an afterword by the author that answers the question,
"What came next?"
pages, 1999, 5" x 8", paperbound
to become a bible for modern mothers and daughters" - The
New York Times
honest and affecting than My Mother/My Self" -Self Magazine
honest, sharply funny, moving, illuminating, marvelous."-Houston
little-known masterpiece - An extraordinarily lyrical book seemingly
unknown to bicycle readers."-Adventure Cycling