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OutRAGEous: Them Wild Manic Hippy Years by Linus Treefoot is the story of Simon, Heron, and Zoroaster the kitten. Simon has always lived his life the way he wanted to live it and he is not changing any time soon. When he is exasperated by the US government, he takes the initiative to leave the country and travel to New Zealand, where he hitchhikes across the country with his guitar, his best friend and his cat named Zoroaster, simply living the ever ecstatic hippy life. Through his numerous ups and downs, Simon learns what living actually is and finds that his life is not that bad at all. It doesn't get any more entertaining than this!
OutRAGEous: Them Wild Manic Hippy Years by Linus Treefoot is a wonderfully humorous and witty narrative about the life and antics of a man who lived his life on his own terms and loved every second of it. Simon and Heron had plenty of adventures and many of them had me laughing out loud and trying to hold back my smile. I enjoyed their witty humor, honesty, and their eclectic personalities. The narrative was absolutely brilliant, the flow was awesome and their story was mesmerizing. The pace was fast and the author kept the momentum. What interested me the most was the fact of how open and genuine the story was. There was never a moment where I felt that the story was rushed or if the characters were forced to do something. They were taking the story forward at their own pace, which was even more entertaining for me.