Herzog’s latest memoir “is a personal, philosophical, historical and conversational trek across America and through the universal truths embedded in ancient myths,” states a news release from Citadel Press.
Herzog says his “goal was to make it (the book) intimate yet epic, accessible yet enlightening. To me, that’s the definition of a memorable road trip.”
His first travel memoir was “States of Mind” (John F. Blair, 1999). His follow-up travelogue was “Small World” (Pocket Book, 2004).
For more information on his other books, visit BradHerzog.com. View a video trailer on ‘Turn Left at the Trojan Horse’ below.
Photo: Book jacket cover for “Turn Left at the Trojan Horse” by Brad Herzog.” Image taken at Mount Olympus Water and Theme Park in Wisconsin Dells, WI.