Coyote Moon


by
John A. Miller

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Language: English

You may think Field of Dreams meets Cocoon, or perhaps, The Natural meets Love Story, some may even say that it’s Ball Four clashing with Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time.

But, John Miller’s Coyote Moon is all of these and more. In a gone-to-seed trailer park on the edge of the Mojave Desert, quantum physics runs headlong into reincarnation as the park’s highly eccentric residents sit around in the evenings drinking home-brewed beer and asking themselves: Can a young, previously unheard-of rookie baseball player be the latest in a line of reincarnated spirits leading back to Sir Isaac Newton?

And in the clubhouse of the Oakland Athletics, the mysterious athlete in question, Henry Spencer, a young North Carolinian with nothing more than a high school education and a fuzzy memory, tries to reconcile, among other arcane topics, Werner Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle with the somewhat less intellectual world of baseball.

Coyote Moon, John Miller’s eagerly awaited fourth novel, will have you laughing with delight and wondering to the very end just who the young Henry Spencer really is, and what exactly links him to the most unusual trailer park in Needles, California.

At the publisher’s request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied.

You may think Field of Dreams meets Cocoon, or perhaps, The Natural meets Love Story, some may even say that it’s Ball Four clashing with Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time.

But, John Miller’s Coyote Moon is all of these and more. In a gone-to-seed trailer park on the edge of the Mojave Desert, quantum physics runs headlong into reincarnation as the park’s highly eccentric residents sit around in the evenings drinking home-brewed beer and asking themselves:… (more)

You may think Field of Dreams meets Cocoon, or perhaps, The Natural meets Love Story, some may even say that it’s Ball Four clashing with Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time.

But, John Miller’s Coyote Moon is all of these and more. In a gone-to-seed trailer park on the edge of the Mojave Desert, quantum physics runs headlong into reincarnation as the park’s highly eccentric residents sit around in the evenings drinking home-brewed beer and asking themselves: Can a young, previously unheard-of rookie baseball player be the latest in a line of reincarnated spirits leading back to Sir Isaac Newton?

And in the clubhouse of the Oakland Athletics, the mysterious athlete in question, Henry Spencer, a young North Carolinian with nothing more than a high school education and a fuzzy memory, tries to reconcile, among other arcane topics, Werner Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle with the somewhat less intellectual world of baseball.

Coyote Moon, John Miller’s eagerly awaited fourth novel, will have you laughing with delight and wondering to the very end just who the young Henry Spencer really is, and what exactly links him to the most unusual trailer park in Needles, California.

At the publisher’s request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied.

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