Two sides of a Generation War assembled their forces for battle, in the homes, the schools, and eventually the streets of America. Blake Moore is a young man on fire: in love with books and ideas, and he has the great electric current of the 1960’s running through him at full voltage. His mentor is Wesly Pinter, a rebellious semi-delinquent who functions as Huckleberry Finn to Blake’s Tom Sawyer. Pinter introduces Blake to a mysterious secret: the existence of steam tunnels that run underground beneath the entire town. The tunnels are a labyrinth—a great seething subconscious—affording a clandestine access to key places and buildings throughout the town— just as the forces of the underground break through the thin crust of a complacent America.
|Series:||Fiction, plays and screenplays , #2|
|File size:||2 MB|
|Age Range:||13 Years|
About the Author
I started out writing black comedy, but I'm best known as the first reporter to document hip hop and the instigator of the film Beat Street. I also founded the Cannabis Cup, organized the first 420 ceremonies outside of Marin County, and launched the hemp movement with Jack Herer while writing some landmark conspiracy articles.