Amy Butcher | Mothertrucker


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Amy Butcher was an accomplished college professor, mentor, and writer, but in her own home, she was embarrassed and emotionally burdened by an increasingly abusive relationship. Exhausted and terrified of the ways her partner’s behavior could escalate, Amy reached out to Instagram celebrity Joy “Mothertrucker” Wiebe. Joy was a fifty-year-old wife and mother and the nation’s only female ice road trucker, a woman who maneuvered big rigs through the Alaskan wilderness along the deadliest road in America. Joy was everything Amy wanted to be: independent, fearless, and in charge of her life in a landscape dominated by men. Invited by Joy to ride shotgun, Amy found her escape on a road that was treacherous, beautiful, and exhilarating—an adventurous ride through the Alaskan wilderness that was profoundly life changing.

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Publisher: Little A

ISBN: ‎9781542014311


Word Count: 84900 words

Length: 283 pages

Language: English

Release Date: November 1, 2021

Available as: Ebook,Paperback

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November 27, 2021
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Femicide and other forms of domestic violence against women are unfortunately all around us not only in this country but the universe. This book offers insight into how it insidiously creeps into what maybe begins as a good relationship. It also reminds us not to judge but to offer whatever support we women can give.

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