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There is another reality. It exists in the surreal connection between life, music, stories, and cemeteries. The Motion of the Moon is a narrative of stories, or the story of stories and the story of songs, if you prefer, and biographical glosses of a few great people. And it’s an examination of the cemeteries these great people ended up in. It’s not a history, although it is based on historical facts. It’s more like a subjective look back at what it means to be human and alive, and finally dead. It’s the story of humanity’s demand for a good story. And the story, yes indeed, includes cemeteries, because that’s where the story ends for all of us. In a sly way, though, the end relates to the beginning of the story, to the life of the person. For the end is the reflection of the beginning.
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John Lee Brook is the author of Blood In, Blood Out: The Violent Empire of the Aryan Brotherhood. He lives and works in Montana, where is writing a book about Santa Muerte.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1492849308