The Late Man: A Novelby Michael Davie, Deborah Morrison
After years in a mental institution, 1960s flower-child Jay Emerson escapes and 'awakens' in a world he no longer understands. Like a modern-day Rip Van Winkle, he finds everything and everyone around him has changed: 'Message' songs have been replaced by meaningless disco dance tunes; boxy econo-cars travel roads previously dominated by muscle cars; anti-establishment friends are now materialistic 9-to-5 strangers - and they refuse to reveal the fate of his former girlfriend...
"...gives new perspective to the 'Sixties Era... detined to become a cult classic..."
- Amanda Hyde, author, Broken Dreams
"... a spell-binding psychological adventure tale ... The Late Man brings back the 'Sixties with a vengence."
- Deborah Morrison, author, Mystical Poetry
- Manor House Publishing, Incorporated
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- 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.86(d)
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