This memoir tells the story of John's journey of self-discovery and perseverance as he embarks on a 30,000-mile bike ride across America, despite being blind.
John, who lost his vision at a young age, has always been determined to live life on his own terms. In this book, he shares the struggles and triumphs he experienced while cycling through some of the most beautiful and challenging terrain in the country. From the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains to the Atlantic coast, John's journey is a testament to the power of the human spirit and the importance of self-belief.
But "Don't Ask the Blind Guy for Directions" is more than just a story of physical endurance. It's also a tale of personal growth and the search for love, confidence, and a sense of belonging. John's experiences on the road and the people he meets along the way provide powerful lessons on what it means to be truly alive and to find one's place in the world.
The book is both an inspiration and an uplifting read that teaches us all about the limits of what we can achieve when we set our minds to it. The author, John Samuel, has succeeded in writing a powerful book that motivates us to chase after our own dreams, regardless of any obstacles or hindrances that may come our way.