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Publisher's Summary

Sideways 3 Chile follows the further adventures of Miles Raymond (played by Paul Giamatti in the now cult movie Sideways) and, to a lesser extent, his friend Jack. It's now 10 years later, and Miles is a successful author, but he's still searching for something; depression has him, once again, in its taloned grip. Offered a chance to travel to the antipodean country of Chile and visit their wine regions for a magazine assignment, Miles, his world turned upside down by bad financial investments and even worse luck with relationships, happily agrees. A somewhat cynical Miles finds Chile, its people, and its spectacular and vastly diverse wine regions to be a life-transforming journey.
The Sideways trilogy is now complete.
©2014 Rex Pickett (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By I. King on 05-01-15

The deepest of the trilogy.

As someone who is a writer of sorts, I really felt connected to Miles while reading this book (I have both the Kindle and Audible versions). Yes I'm older, I'm female, don't take psychotropic medications, and I have nothing published, but for some reason I could really connect with a lot of what he was struggling with. This is an entertaining book, and while I felt that the narrator might have been just a little too emotional in some parts, I felt that he really gave the full expression of the character's emotions. Yes I really liked the book.

Of the books in the trilogy, this is the one I would most like to see made into a movie. I think it would be phenomenal.

By the way, Pickett's use of the language almost requires that you use your eyeballs. The Audible version is nice, but halfway through the introduction, I knew I would need to be reading it, too.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Debby Patten on 05-26-17

Not a won't like it!

Would you try another book from Rex Pickett and/or Scott Brick?


What could Rex Pickett have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

done some editing; written with some humility

Would you listen to another book narrated by Scott Brick?


What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?


Any additional comments?

it was a waste of my time and money

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