Those are some of the accolades already earned by a book that mixes cars with creed, meaning with motors, God with gears.
A TALE OF TWO CVS - Finding The Driving Spirit by former mechanic Simon Day has been hitting bookshelves and winning praise from punters across southern England. 'This could become a cult,' said Radio 2 presenter Stewart Maconie. 'This comes as a revelation,' said the 'Citroënian' magazine. 'What an amazing journey,' said a reader.

And the author receives readers' letters on a regular basis - further indicating the great groundswell of support for his unique title.

So what's all the fuss about? 'It appears that not since "Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance" has a book mixed the seemingly disparate worlds of vehicles and spirituality,' said Simon Day. 'Even car-mad males seek something more lasting in life than an indicator bulb .'

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