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Mile Marker Zero: The Moveable Feast of Key West – Book Review

Mile Marker Zero‘s book cover gives the sense nostalgia, it attracts its vintage-lover readers!

The plot of the book revolves around the lives of artists and their lifestyle back in the 70s in the Key West and how the place has lost its vintage charm throughout the years. William McKeen has penned beautifully in such a way that the content makes the reader shed a tear or two for missing out the old Key West and at the same time rejoice the current condition of the Key West too.

I loved the way how the author has presented the story very realistically and has brought the story right in front of the eyes and that’s quite impressive and I loved it the best! I personally enjoyed the book a lot and would definitely recommend it to my friends and family. The book has a very good storyline and you sure to get a good view of the place! A lifetime treasure!


I would like to rate this book, 4/5 and would recommend for all age groups to enjoy the beauty of vintage.