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May my thoughts flow freely until I am empty.Meet Spartacus, an independent biker, who takes you on a journey from more than 25 years on the roads of America and Canada. Discover and experience one man's travels through life as he struggles with alcohol, drugs and heart break. From Texas gin mills to fighting off cabin fever in his home on the banks of the Salmon River in Upstate New York. Within his pages you will discover philosophy, poetry, stories of travel, and advice from a man who lives what he writes and writes what he lives. From his trials and tribulations, to his near suicide. The Incoherent Ramblings of an American Madman is the first novel of its kind. Unedited and opens a new avenue into American Literature.

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Waterman, Joel Scott
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