Review: UVA Today - September 1, 2008
“Along the way, Weston describes her fellow passengers' colorful humanity and tackles issues of class, race and dubious access to America's opportunities. The riders with whom she traveled hours and days might be struggling, hungry or penniless, but they were also helpful, creative and philosophical.”
Review: Charlottesville Daily Progress - August 17, 2008
"It is clear that Weston approached her research with an open mind and a receptive heart. She is gifted in making real contact with the most unlikely people who are not unlikely to her."
Review: Kirkus - June 15, 2008
“. . . her eyes are sharp and her heart is in the right place. A gritty portrait of hard-pressed people moving through some of the least attractive real estate in America.”
Review: Publisher's Weekly - June 2, 2008
"In this accessible gem of a narrative, Weston makes a special contribution . . . This book is a piece of 21st-century Americana in motion, and its characters and cities will resonate and linger with readers. "