On the day of his last medical school exam, Danny Benson receives a Dear John letter from his fiancé Heather. In it, she writes that the engagement is off. Why? She's flown to London to meet up with her friends and ride the Magic Bus, traveling overland to Kathmandu Nepal. The postmark is dated two weeks earlier.
With his plans shattered and a sudden urgency, Danny instinctively knows what he has to do: set out on a journey thousands of miles from home in search of her. Just one last conversation stands in the way of either rekindling their relationship or get the closure to move on with his life.
When he inexplicably runs into Heather crossing continents, they spend the entire ride debating whether to stay together or break up forever. Arriving in town and exhausted from their long bus trip and long-drawn-out conversation, fate decides for them. Instead of resolution, their decisive moment materializes when they collide with history. Read More
About the Author
Mark Stephen Levy made adventure travel to off the beaten path places in Asia routine, while maintaining his home base in Denver.
Three of his books were inspired by real moments captured from his travels. But the pandemic being what it is, grounded Mark and the rest of the world.
His dog showed him some new tricks that inspired the first novel that’s not a lofty travel epic but a simple story of a guy and his dog and plenty of imagination.