Thanks for Breakfast
Estes Park, Colorado, 1983: Magick is alive and well in this real-life Shangri-La where a bohemian underground thrives. Kitty Mar and Jimmy Thunder share a special relationship, which is challenged when she meets a Tantrick Cowboy from Texas. A handsome young auto-mechanic named Lance lusts after Beth Gardens, a beauty scarcely old enough to be legal. A young artist named Paul Goodfellow encounters the Great God Pan, and feels attracted to Dennis Giddings, a sanitation engineer, but he is too uncertain to make his feelings known. The long-empty family home of Jimmy is clearly occupied-the question is, by whom, or what? A Dragon Prince and his mother embark on a journey to Colorado to find his long-lost father... All of these happenings are intimately connected-but how? In this tale of what the author calls "Rocky Mountain Magickal Realism," the author returns to his personal roots.
- Paperback | 336 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 21.34mm | 503.48g
- 13 Jan 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Bruce P Grether
BRUCE P. GRETHER lives in the Hill Country of Texas with his beloved partner. Bruce grew up in Southeast Asia as the son of Protestant missionaries. He lived in Berkeley, California off and on during the 1960s, and then spent twelve years living in Estes Park in the high Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Later, Bruce completed his university studies at CSU in Fort Collins, and has continued to write ever since. Though the people and events portrayed in Thanks for Breakfast are fictional, many of the places actually exist.