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Einsteins Road Trip : Confessions of a Fellow Traveler

George Brinner

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Aliens, witchery, zero fields, and a touch of homicide- a dangerous psychopath chases Maui artist, GILLE BARKER, an illusory Albert Einstein, and their Hopi Indian cabby across the deserts and bayous between Winslow, Arizona and New Orleans in questMoreAliens, witchery, zero fields, and a touch of homicide- a dangerous psychopath chases Maui artist, GILLE BARKER, an illusory Albert Einstein, and their Hopi Indian cabby across the deserts and bayous between Winslow, Arizona and New Orleans in quest of a satchel’s mysterious contents and the secret of lifes design.At times Gille’s sanity seems in question as he slips from present to past and into the future. Are his strange encounters and selective omniscience real or merely products of his imaginings and dreams? Gille has grappled with that question for thirty years, since two nights before his eighth Christmas, when an intergalactic traveler walked through his bedroom wall and told him why there are dogs and cats and fish in the sea and that fate is his only guide.Offbeat magical realism, Einstein’s Road Trip is a fresh and humorous exploration of reality as a point of view. Our lead explorer and curious first person narrator is Gille Barker, a likable eccentric, who belongs on that list of memorable characters where Vonnegut’s Kilgore Trout resides. But he’s not alone on his surreal, character driven journey.Einstein’s Road Trip – Confessions of a Fellow Traveler 6x9 format 280 pgesConfessions of a Fellow Traveler“Einstein’s Road Trip” isaddictive. A surreal journey by a likeable eccentric that gets more colorful with every chapter. ---. Magic is in the air at the Maui shore, where the author weaves the fates of these enigmatic characters.Ashen Venema – AuthorCourse of Mirrors“a treasure. Is this guy nuts or is something really going on here? Each character has a story worth telling. Yet it is the wacky stream-of-consciousness ramblings of the narration that puts Einstein’s Road Trip over the top.”PD Allen – AuthorMurderer’s Sky