Back Cover reads: Fear Sucks! Why are so many people running away from things that aren't chasing them?
Travel through Fearless Puppy on American Road with our 15 year old hitchhiking runaway as he escapes a life of drug dealing in Brooklyn. This trip offers solid clues about how to leave excess fears in the dust. Follow the author's outrageous voyage through every stupid mistake (and most of the saving grace) that humanity has to offer. Laugh at our intrepid lunatic's ability to land on his feet in spite of himself.
You will meet: a man who is his own uncle, specialists in smoke, mirrors, and invisibility, Buddhist wisdom, Christian ethics, Jewish ritual, lurid sex, family values, oxygen orgasms, heavenly Hell's angels, phony preachers, domestic violence, domestic solutions, racist killers in America, Canadian race wars, Native American wise men, angelic witches, benevolent heroin addicts, magical birds, lesbian musicians playing a rock concert for the deaf, the musician raised by a multi-ethnic group of prostitutes, martial artists battling neo-nazis, and the modern day Robin Hood. All manner of sinners and saints travel through this amazing true story that reads like a fantasy.
If you put the writings of Kerouac, Chopra, Hunter S. Thompson, Castaneda, Black Elk, Will Rogers, Gandhi, and a clown in a blender with 500 lbs of additional hallucinogens and a time machine, you would have the writings of Doug Rose.
423 pages, 7" X 10" size,