In America this novel is right on target.
A young woman recounts the dramatic experience of her Christian congregation brought under the glare of national media exposure when scandal in the congregation explodes with international complications.
Taken from the news headlines in a tale proudly irreverent, very erotic and reminiscent of Terry Southern’s Candy, or 50 Shades with relevance, or a suburban Handmaiden’s Tale.
It boldly goes where no woman’s tale has gone before in a devastating portrayal of the radical dementia worshiped by members of the strange faith.
1917: The Perfect Game
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This novel is not a historical retelling of the sensational baseball game of May 2, 1917.
Rather the game has been shamelessly hijacked for a story of mindful awareness and knowing the purpose of life.
This spirited, humorous and freewheeling novel throws aside the game’s factual history. It is a bewitching tale that reflects America's madness about all things spiritual, passionate and romantic infused with political theatrics and personal awakening.
What did happen on that date in history? Jim "Hippo" Vaughn of the Chicago Cubs and Fred Toney of the Cincinnati Reds were brought together for one of baseball’s most momentous games. That distinct game remains as a solitary mountain top of achievement among all of baseball's most hallowed records.
In this novel, the great Longchenpa, Jim Thorpe, Einstein, World War 1, Sigmund Freud, the madhouse city of Chicago and President Wilson are swirling in a dust devil around the most unique baseball game in history.
This celebratory story reawakens the dramatic year of 1917 as the Chicago Cubs host the Cincinnati Reds.
In the cacophony of the times, the two teams and the entire world are caught up playing - The Perfect Game.