Early praise for the book:  “I thought I was a pretty brave man, ‘til I read LaRue Cook’s memoir. It took guts to walk away from a cushy corporate job and drive an Uber, and even more guts—and great talent—to turn it into such an excellent read. It is Southern at its heart, but universal in its appeal, to strike out, and do what you yearn to do.” — Rick Bragg , Pulitzer Prize winner and best-selling author of  Ava’s Man  and  All Over but the Shoutin’

Early praise for the book:
“I thought I was a pretty brave man, ‘til I read LaRue Cook’s memoir. It took guts to walk away from a cushy corporate job and drive an Uber, and even more guts—and great talent—to turn it into such an excellent read. It is Southern at its heart, but universal in its appeal, to strike out, and do what you yearn to do.”
Rick Bragg, Pulitzer Prize winner and best-selling author of Ava’s Man and All Over but the Shoutin’