(http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...mp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B007IKFPX2) The Long Ride Home (Mosquito Mountain Chronicles) [Kindle Edition] By none other than Gypsysue. A refreshing read. At a time when so many e-books are full of - well, let's just say not suitable for polite company, I found this book to be a breath of fresh air. You follow the journey of a woman, no shrinking violet, as she makes her way home after a wide area disaster. Free of vulgarity, cursing and much of what passes for fictional 'literature' these days, I really enjoyed following along on the trip. I have to confess, I love long distance bicycle riding myself, so this just might be a natural for you - if you enjoy cycling as well. As an author myself, I found Susan's style easy to read, natural, perhaps. I gave this 4 stars mostly for length...I would have enjoyed a longer journey and tad more detail on the trip home. I rate this suitable for teens who enjoy adventure stories as well. The book also examines some of the issues one might find after a wide-scale disaster, it's worth the reader taking the time to consider their own situation in such a light... This is just a cut and paste of my Amazon review. I enjoy Susan's writing as both easy to read and it's something I wouldn't be afraid to give my (precocious) 8 yo granddaughter for her consumption. So much of what appears on ebooks today is simply not worth reading, for any number of reasons. I mostly object to the base nature of what passes for literature today. I'm no prude, as a Vet, I think I have herd it all, and in more than one language. But a "dialog" that is mostly foul language is not literature, it is an admission the author has no good ideas. Susan has done of good job in telling a story that grabs your attention, and keeps to the ending, one that comes too soon, IMO. Hope this review encourages you to either get the book or read the story here.