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By Hoffman, Matthew
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Immaturity follows the travels of Matt Hoffman as he confronts one hilarious scenario after another. While reconnecting with uproarious characters from his past and present, he searches for his lost land of immaturity. With friends Mike and Kwab ...in tow, these three ugly Americans escape responsibility to re-live the freedom of youth and reflect upon their place in the world. Whether they are surrounded by the roaming dogs of Athens or the hooligans of London, the three friends find themselves in precarious situations comparable to the stories of their past exploits. Numerous interactions with members of their unburdened generation accentuate the differences within Western culture and themselves. Highlighting their ten-day journey on a remote island of immature travelers; they end up getting more than they bargained for. If you enjoy the travel stories of Bill Bryson and Jack Kerouac or the humorous style of John Grogan, you'll want to read Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Immaturity.Read more
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