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Keith and Emily are friends who decide to take a trip across the USA and make good things for other people. Always thinking that giving more means receiving more, they both set up a goodwill tour: giving money to the people that need it most, but have to use it for a good cause for someone else. With less than enough money with them, they start their journey. Travelling across the country, the visit different places and meet different people. In the very same time, they both have to overcome their own differences.
Mr. Maginn writes well and describes his journey seen with his own eyes. He doesn't put make up on the story, but writes also about bad things that happened, not just good ones. The story is also fullfilled with famous quotes and citations about good will and helping others, maybe more that it should be. The simple gesture of giving money made some people to believe in good things again, and their thankful letters are also included in the book. The entire journey is well wrapped into nice and well-packed short memoir.