Monday, September 6, 2010

Life in the Slow Lane: Surviving a Tour of Duty in Driver’s Education



Mr. Sullivan never dreamed he would become a Driving Instructor. In fact you would not guess it from all the different degrees Mr. Sullivan held. He has a Bachelors in History, minor in Business, Masters in Agricultural Economics and an associate’s degree in Cartography. It was when Mr. Sullivan had enough of his job that he decided to look for something new and different. Mr. Sullivan saw an ad on Craigslist for Drivers Education instructors. Mr. Sullivan decided to go for it. He liked teaching and he thought it would give him an insight about a typical American teenager. Boy did Mr. Sullivan get more then he bargained for. I guess you could blame it on “Car-ma”.

Life in the Slow Lane: Surviving a Tour of Duty in Driver’s Education by Thomas M Sullivan. This book had me laughing and smiling pretty much the whole way through it. The way Mr. Sullivan could make fun of himself was great. Example would be when Mr. Sullivan had an dentist appointment and Mr. Sullivan puts down Chippendale Dancer as his occupation. The best parts were the sarcasm. I am a huge fan of sarcasm. I didn’t know who to feel more sorry for during Mr. Sullivan’s driving lessons…the car, Mr. Sullivan or the other drivers. Either way, this book was one roller coaster ride of laughs. Life in the Slow Lane: Surviving a Tour of Duty in Driver’s Education is anything but slow. This book is one fast read. After reading it you will feel like you just survived a crash coarse dummy test in a good way!


Available from www.diesel-ebooks.com (Microsoft & Adobe editions) and www.mobipocket.com and www.amazon.com (Kindle edition)

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