Coming February 2017: The Moon & The Stars by Michael Goldberg
In the third book of the Freak Scene Dream Trilogy, titled The Moon & The Stars, you’ll hear about 19-year-old Michael Stein’s affair with 35-year-old feminist college teacher Susan “Simone” Braveheart, his unexpected reunion with Thee Freakster Bro, Jim Costello, and a crazy road trip to Big Sur with Simone that signals the end of their summer fling.
And you’ll be there when mysterious trouble girl Harper reappears, moves in with Michael Stein at Simone’s beach house and causes all kinds of, you guessed it, trouble.
Michael Stein is obsessed with sex. Only the sex is more than sex. Sex is the door to intimacy, and transcendence.
For Michael Stein, the Sixties ended in the nut house. Where they put the crazies. His parents blamed his erratic behavior on drugs. Michael Stein just blames himself.
Aware. Michael Stein is aware he has lived through one of the biggest social changes America has experienced. The trouble is, Michael Stein’s not aware that the biggest social change has already changed, moved on down the line.
The love is gone and all that’s left is the drugs.
The Freak Scene Dream Trilogy is one long deep breath. The exhale is obsessive, transgressive. How macho meets feminism. How second chakra rises up to third. Through all the women: Sarah, Elise, Jaded, Simone, Harper, Eve. A puff, a party, a tragedy—from marijuana to angel dust, teenage
heartbreak to addiction, from “All You Need Is Love” to the junkie garage rock of the New York Dolls.
How the dream died and what there is left after.
If you enjoyed, The Flowers Lied, come along for more of the ride as Writerman struggles to escape his past and invent a brave new life.
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