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The Last Friends of Willie Coyote

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Author: Stephen Thor

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Three young people strike out in an old car in the deep desert on a soul-searching road trip. Lifelong inseparable friends, each has their own reasons for venturing out into a rarely visited landscape. Lost and nearly out of gas, their car becomes disabled after a freak encounter with an Acme rocket. Forced to forge ahead on foot in the night to get help, the trio sneaks onto a top-secret airbase commanded by a tortured and legendary officer. The group witnesses a spectacular incident between a famous determined coyote and a speedy roadrunner. They realize that the two are not the cartoon characters that they (and everyone else) had thought for decades were -but are in fact real in every sense. The trio is detained at the crumbling base and make a few good friends along the way...

Tom Seligman

This book is excellent! My husband keeps asking if there are more books by Mr. Thor! Keep up the good work!


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