Rough Way to the Highway by Kelly Mack McCoy (Book Review #688)

Rough way to the highway is a fictional story about Mack. He sells everything to buy a truck and work as a truck driver. Mack used to be a pastor and is struggling with grief – loss of his wife. He failed to be a minister, and he appears not to have gotten over the matter. The pages turn when he picks up a hitchhiker, and that is when the story becomes compelling.

I enjoyed the religious aspect of the book. Although it did take a dominant role, it was there, and with that, the story found a profound meaning to it.


This book is the first of a series, and so I was pleased to see that the author managed to provide enough sideline stories to carry on with the sequel.


The tale was philosophical and action-based. The adventure began from the start and continued to the end. This kept the pace and interest ongoing, and therefore the book was a fun read.


I would recommend this book to people who like to read fictional stories.


Written by Jeyran Main


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