Brad Cannon lacks passion for everything in his life, except cycling. He wrote a well-received novel years ago but has yet to write the next one, despite his promises to his editor. He has two broken marriages and still cannot commit. Then something comes along that pulls Brad out of his apathetic state, and he must decide if he has it in him to love and trust again.

Cycling is an interesting book with a memorable main character. Garrett manages to make Brad likable and relatable, even though this character had the potential to be just the opposite. Despite slow pacing in the middle of the story, Cycling emerges as a thought-provoking and intriguing read. (Oct., 272 pp., $14.00)
Reviewed by: 
Robyn Glazer