Tales from Margaritaville: Fictional Facts and Factual Fictions by Jimmy BuffettTales from Margaritaville: Fictional Facts and Factual Fictions by Jimmy Buffett

Tales from Margaritaville: Fictional Facts and Factual Fictions

byJimmy Buffett

Paperback | June 15, 2002

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Margaritaville may not appear on a map, but it does exist - at least in the brilliantly creative, sometimes slightly skewed imagination of Jimmy Buffett. Tales from Margaritaville is a collection of short stories (some purely fiction, some based in truth) so vividly packed with restless dreamers, wild wanderers, and pure gypsy souls that just reading it is a wild adventure. Travel along with a cowboy named Tully Mars, as he heads from Heartache, Wyoming, to Graceland, and relive the autobiographical odyssey of a third-generation sailor and first-rate musical outlaw. With unforgettable stories that present the true roamer's twin loves - the sea and the road - Tales from Margaritaville is one smooth sailing book of infinite imagination" ( Chicago Sun-Times ). "
Singer/songwriter/author Jimmy Buffett has become a legend of popular culture as the composer of such classic songs as Margaritaville" and "Cheeseburger in Paradise." He has recorded more than thirty albums, most of which have gone gold, platinum, or multiplatinum, and his sold-out concert tours are an annual rite of summer for his fan...
Title:Tales from Margaritaville: Fictional Facts and Factual FictionsFormat:PaperbackPublished:June 15, 2002Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0156026988

ISBN - 13:9780156026987

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PRAISE FOR TALES FROM MARGARITAVILLE Good natured tales of free-spirited characters . . . In fact, Mr. Buffett's lighthearted endorsement of adventure is so persuasive that, upon finishing the book, many readers will be tempted to get out their maps." - The New York Times Book Review "Buffett created his own Lake Wobegon in a place called Heatwave." - Houston Chronicle "