During the 1970s on a magic mushroom harvesting adventure in the Bayou, a young, aspiring rock and roll musician discovers the voice of Voodoo, which not only alters his life, but the life of his band, the Divebomberz. When the band is on the verge of making it big, tragedy strikes and Jesse is confronted with the hard truth that life is often a spiritual obstacle course designed to see if you can get over yourself. A book for rock and rollers of all ages and for restless souls who have chased a dream only to discover that what they really needed was with them all along.
|Publisher:||Boutique of Quality Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Mark Paul Smith is the author of Hitchhike and Honey and Leonard. After an around-the-world hitchhike, he became a newspaper reporter and then played in a rock band on Bourbon Street and on the road. He has been a trial attorney since 1982. Mark and his wife, the artist Jody Hemphill Smith, own Castle Gallery Fine Art in Fort Wayne, Indiana.