Secret Recipes from the Kung Fu Bakery

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Stu is leading a group of young students on a walk in the Maine woods when one of the kids begins speaking in tongues - the tongue of Stu's former kung fu master Rocco, to be precise. And with this supernatural summons begins Stu's quest to find Rocco after years of separation. A smashed windshield whose cracks form a road map and a spontaneous acupressure treatment provided by an oak tree are among the long series of cosmic clues and coincidences that lead Stu and his girlfriend Faith on a twisted path through ...
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Overview

Stu is leading a group of young students on a walk in the Maine woods when one of the kids begins speaking in tongues - the tongue of Stu's former kung fu master Rocco, to be precise. And with this supernatural summons begins Stu's quest to find Rocco after years of separation. A smashed windshield whose cracks form a road map and a spontaneous acupressure treatment provided by an oak tree are among the long series of cosmic clues and coincidences that lead Stu and his girlfriend Faith on a twisted path through the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. With cryptic encounters, intense memories and powerful mystical experiences flooding his reality, Stu's search for Rocco becomes a road trip into the mind. But can Stu hold his relationship, not to mention his sanity, intact as a mysterious gravity pulls him further into the wilderness? And what does Rocco have waiting for him at the end of the road?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466475311
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/24/2011
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.89 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Cooper is a writer, musician and martial artist based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. He has an MA in South Asian Studies and more than a decade's experience in traditional Chinese and Japanese martial arts.
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