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Roads to Quoz: An American Mosey by William Least Heat-Moon
In Roads to Quoz, travel writer William Least Heat-Moon defines quoz as "anything strange, incongruous or peculiar; at its heart is the unknown, the mysterious." For this book, he spent three years traveling with his wife Jo Ann, whom he just refers to as Q, to places all around the country that are small towns and rural areas forgotten by the rest of the citizenry. He covers large chunks of the country and shares his experiences, insights, and surprises he encounters. Roads to Quoz has received positive reviews with the Christian Science Monitor says, "But that's just a slice of it. For readers, Roads to Quoz is a chance to sit back, shift into low gear, and perhaps discover America anew.
'To live more otherly is to live more lastingly,' Heat-Moon writes. For those hungry for communion with things 'other,' this is your book."