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The Mile-Marker Party: One young man's inebriated struggle to pedal across a continent and find his way home. Volume 1. -A laugh-until-it-hurts adventure/travel-memoir like no other. Hunter S. Thompson for Millenials.

(NEW YORK, NY) - Imagine climbing Mount Everest in blue jeans and a pair of bowling shoes and boozing the entire way up, or swimming across the Atlantic Ocean in a Speedo and some Swimmies while towing a keg of beer behind you. Well, The Mile-Marker Party (released Nov. 22, 2012 by Library Tales Publishing) celebrates one young man-child's drive to do something just as crazy and utterly ridiculous, and all that he did during that unforgettable summer to try and not die along the journey. Coming from Library Tales Publishing - The Mile-Marker Party: One young man's inebriated struggle to pedal across a continent and find his way home.

About the Book:

In 1998, a 22-year-old man-child with a mediocre set of balls, zilch between the ears, and a mind-blowing alcohol problem, placed the last of his worthless belongings into a dilapidated baby carriage, attached it to an even older bicycle, and decided to see if he could pedal nearly 3,000 miles across North America. With little more than pocket-change, he wondered at his chances of making it home alive. This book is not only the ultimate in adventure-infused memoirs, but a dare to come paint on some spandex as an All-American boy turns into an absolute madman while trying not to die with every mile that passes. Saddle up and strap yourself in for a unique brand of humor as a journey unfolds through lands that will have you ultimately asking yourself just how in the hell this kid managed to forage his way, all the way through The Mile-Marker Party: one young man's inebriated struggle to pedal across a continent and find his way home.

About Patrick McFadden Jr:

Born February 10, 1976, Patrick McFadden Jr. has been cast among us do one thing: hang out with the strangest people on Earth and report about it. Whether in the backwoods of Montana trying to fend off cult-leaders, or in the highlands of Papau, New Guinea, trading meat with cannibals, he's just about seen it all, and now, finally, is ready to spew forth his one-of-a-kind experiences. The Mile-Marker Party is the first of his many jaw-dropping adventures to come...

*Preview the opening chapters to this hysterical and unforgettable journey at, Amazon, and other online booksellers...

Also from Patrick McFadden Jr: "The Bigfoot Catastrophe" ...The shocking true story of the country's most famous schizophrenic Sasquatch and the endless laughs he's provided for millions.

Also coming soon from Patrick McFadden Jr. and inspired by real events, Backcountry Psycho:

In the late 1970's, when a notorious outlaw responsible for a string of wild and fantastic crimes found himself cornered in the rugged Montana backcountry, he disappeared into a pocket of America where he knew no one would dare follow. A vast stretch of lawless and unforgiving wilderness known for swallowing up all those who enter; a forest that is said to be home to some of the world's most dangerous recluses.

In the years following, hikers and other trespassers foolish enough to venture near the ill-fated forest continued disappearing at a rate of a few a year, until one day in the early 90's when a disheveled and bizarre woodsman in tattered clothing came wandering out, telling an incredible tale of a close-knit band of psychotic hermits, their volatile leader, and the unimaginable behavior they've been engaged in while preparing for the end of the world: Armageddon.

Enter two reckless and impulsive 20-year-old young men who've just run away from their uneventful lives in New Jersey, hell-bent on finding themselves a real Wild West adventure. Befriended by the strange woodsman, they are soon lured to the remote Montana backcountry with the promise of cheap land, unsurpassed beauty, and the chance to encounter a clan of forgotten Americans never before seen by the outside world. If the boys will only agree to take him there, they are guaranteed to return with a story for the ages.

But from the moment the trio leave civilization and head further and further north, things begin to go terribly wrong. Their vehicle dies and they're forced to abandon it, heading deeper into the frozen forest on foot, following a man they soon realize is mad, and knowing that he is their only chance for survival. But soon others turn up, and before they know it the two young men find themselves face to face with the long lost outlaw and his explosive posse, his beautiful young scheming wife and her dark secret, and their unimaginable life-threatening ultimatum.

Take a ride where few have been and follow this journey based on true events as two boys enter one of the most remote forests in the world and suddenly realize there are people in there, many of whom have gone Backcountry Psycho.

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