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Author: Bob Beltz
Publisher: Navpress
ISBN: 9781576836255
Pages: 262
Year Printed: 2005
a novel

COMMENTS from Readers
Book Dimensions: 14 x 21 cm.
Comments from people who have used this material:

"Bob Beltz puts us on the back of a Harley and takes us on a wild ride from the torment of existential confusion into the peace of God. Find somewhere fast to read this."
Judge Reinhold, actor, Beverly Hills Cop I, II and III; The Santa Claus I and II

"Bob Beltz's new novel ia a compelling read, full of important insights about facing a spiritual crisis and rediscovering God. Readers should prepare to be surprised by grace and humanity."
Ted Baehr, chairman, Christian Film and Television Commission; publisher, Movieguide

"A fugitive from his broken past and his God, a man rides his Harley on a journey that proves to be a pursuit by the Hound of Heaven. A universal plot is retold in a contemporary idiom that makes this odyssey grippingly relevant."
Dr. Vernon C. Grounds chancellor, Denver Seminary

"Somewhere Fast completely captured me from beginning to end. Bob Beltz wrote a sure best seller. I enthusistically recommend this wild, winding, winsome read to you!"
Walt Kallestad minister, Community Church of Joy; author; biker

"Packed with meaning and told as a parable, this fictional encounter is filled with questions posed and wisdom gained in the Halftime?Second Half season of a man's life. It is a remarkable journey, a tale well told."
Bob Buford author, Halftime and Finishing Well; founder, Leadership Network


When all that's left of your life fits easily into the saddlebags of your Harley, maybe it's time to look for a new life. Or so figured John Calvin. He'd had it all - the career, the wife, the family and friends - and thrown it all away for what exactly? He didn't want to think about it. He just wanted to put as many miles between him and Chicago as the famed Route 66 would allow.

With what could barely pass for an itinerary in hand, he soon learns that the highway has other ideas for him. And as each turn brings with it another twist, he finally realizes that if he doesn't lose his mind, he might just find himself.