In Southern Mexico an old man begins to experience vivid hallucinations.
‘F**k man,’ he said silently to himself, ‘you did way the f**k too much acid.’
Snapping in and out of reality is a sign of dementia. But he had, in fact, done way the f**k too much acid.
Return with Malibu Bowman to his teenage years in the turbulence of the 1960s.
If you lived it, it will take you back. If you didn’t, it will show you what you missed.
A drug fueled hitchhike journey into the decade that changed the world.
This tale, requiring five volumes to tell, follows a boy born and raised in 1950s Jim Crow Houston who finds himself on the streets of Southern California to navigate his teenage years.
From the Barrio Echo Park to segregated Glendale and back to a Houston unrecognizable, Volume 1 begins a remarkable piece of fiction based in the reality that was.....