In March of 2003, the U.S. Government embarks upon an undeclared and destructive war in Iraq. Four aging hippies, christened "The Dandelions", had protested the Vietnam War and now return to the streets of San Francisco to protest. As they retrace their original route, the Dandelions discover the side roads no longer exist, but that a friendship forged in the quest for peace and justice does.
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About the Author
W.H. Harrod was born and raised in Kentucky. He served in the Army in Vietnam in 1969/70 and received a BBA degree from Washburn University on the GI Bill. He currently resides in Oregon with his wife, Debra, and their two cats.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is not really a novel but a platform for spouting liberal politics. It is long with many even longer boring dialogues covering every liberal idea you can imagine. No one likes war and our government has gotten too big, but the way to make change is by improving education and getting people out to vote, rather than wasting time in useless protests. Also the US is one of the only nations that does not keep what it wins in war so saying the war in Iraq is about gaining control of the oil is a flat-out lie. I couldn't wait for this book to end and only contined reading it because I believe in finishing what I started.