In part one Stanley, an out of work tech writer, gets a short-term contract job across the country. Of the three areas he feels give meaning to life: family, work, religion; he is going to leave the only one of the three which has meaning to him, family, to go be ‘just a tech writer’ at ‘just another company.’ In part one, on the road trip to his temporary job, his concept of religion is ripped apart and new building blocks are given to him. He is left with a mind full of jumbled ideas and dreading the idea of trying to work at a new job while rebuilding with the new blocks. But what he finds after begrudgingly starting his first day is what he never expected. There is a chance for meaning in work.
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About the Author
Will Holcomb is a software engineer, writer and playwright, among other things. His four part book "The Infinite Jeff", explores questions facing both the individual and society/humanity. It takes a fascinating look at religion and human potential. He is currently editing part 3 of "The Infinite Jeff", and working on a new play. The first play, "Shakespeare Rocks", was written for a youth troupe as a fun way to get them interested in Shakespeare. His second play, "Clinically Un-Depressed", premiered to sold out shows and standing ovations. It explores the possibility of how lives could be transformed if we simply reacted differently to others.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed this fast reading, entertaining venture into the lead character's road trip with The Infinite Jeff. Mr. Holcomb's book poses many deep thinking situations and baits the reader to await Part 2. A must read in my opinion!