The Freightrain Hobos are a red hot pub rockabilly trio, struggling with their music and their personal lives. Lead singer Ethan is slowly convinced through repetitive time warp experiences that he, his two band mates, and indeed their music, have origins in the past; a connection with early rockabilly legends and a destiny with musical history. Trips back through time have Ethan, Denny and Brian not only questioning their sanity but also wondering in which world they really belong. The transitions tighten their music to a degree of perfection and they finally make a decision on a reality which they realise had perhaps already been made for them a lifetime ago.
|Publisher:||Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.27(d)|
About the Author
John Lane was born in Sydney in 1948. The first of a Yorkshire emigrant family to be born in Australia. He is a life-long surfer and has travelled extensively throughout the United States, Central America, England and Europe. He is now retired, and lives with his wife, Mary, in the beach community of Nelson Bay on the New South Wales mid coast. This is his first novel.