The “In the Land of Good Living: A Journey to the Heart of Florida” is an insightful and funny must-read book for the readers. Kent Russell has written numerous fiction and non-fiction books that will engage the readers from start to end of the page. In the summer of 2016, Kent decided to walk across Florida, but he was hungry for adventure. His journey was started with two friends, quickly reduces the trio to filthy drifters pushing a shopping cart of camera equipment. They get waylaid by a concerned citizen bearing a rifle, buy cocaine from an ex-wrestler, and attend a cuckold party.
Furthermore, In the Land of Good Living encounters so many interesting characters, feels the slights and pains of such a long trek, and float in emotions as you flip the pages of this intriguing and important book. The story overflows with historical detail about how modern Florida came into being after World War II. The writing style of this biography book is personable, so it engages the readers from start to end of the page.
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