Sinai--the blood-soaked desert separating Israel from Egypt. Dahab--a funky, hippie Muslim resort town, home to prophets and poets, camels and cannabis. Steve Herman's there, hoping to make a mini-series called "The Intersection," but his vision is cloudy and confused. His story's coming true, and he's created a bomb which is about to explode. This mostly true story stars a sexy Swedish traveller, four puffing yoginis, a psychic Muslim artist, a dozen Mohammeds, two Bedouin prophets and a camel named Bob. Sure to generate controversy and inspire discussion about God, religion and life in general, this poetic traveller's tale is a must read for the lost and confused, those who dare to challenge the norms and those who just want a good story set way outside of the box.
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Steve Herman grew up in Skokie, Illinois. He received a degree in accounting and drinking from the University of Illinois and then a Juris Doctorate with honors from Harvard Law School. After three years of mild torture, he quit the practice of law to travel the world and write something. Nine years later, this is his first completed book.
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Book Description Writers' Collective, 2002. Book Condition: Very Good. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP96144959