By Cyril Goodyear
The Road to Nowhere is a manual of memoirs and lesions from a man who has lived a fascinating life and experienced things that very few of us can imagine. His stories take us on a journey through the past, present, and future, which provide valuable insights as to why things are as they are. Goodyear’s vast knowledge and experiences will expand the mind of the reader, raising questions and providing answers to many of life’s mysteries.
Some of the tales include climbing Gros Morne, canoeing on Sandy Lake, murder, counterfeiters, and the police shooting of Norman Reid and Darryl Power. Although these may appear as unrelated recollections, the stories are connected and the challenge to the reader is why.