In the Lap of Morpheus R. Muir

ISBN: 9781441405364

Published: March 12th 2009

Paperback

202 pages


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In the Lap of Morpheus  by  R. Muir

In the Lap of Morpheus by R. Muir
March 12th 2009 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 202 pages | ISBN: 9781441405364 | 10.60 Mb

Simon says... virtually nothing. Mute for two years, he is a wanderer, a mystic, a clairvoyant who crosses paths with Brandy, a voluptuous belly dancer, in the Arizona desert. Theirs appears to be a chance encounter, until we get a glimpse at theirMoreSimon says...

virtually nothing. Mute for two years, he is a wanderer, a mystic, a clairvoyant who crosses paths with Brandy, a voluptuous belly dancer, in the Arizona desert. Theirs appears to be a chance encounter, until we get a glimpse at their mutual dreams, wherein a Tarot reading is given to each by an ancient Gypsy Woman. It is she and her apprentice whom the couple eventually meets in a town outside Tucson called Esperanto.

Founded by a group of scientists and intellectuals in the 1950s, Esperanto was an attempt to join the world through a universal language. It failed, leaving behind a handful of die-hards, artists, and eccentrics... including Oscar Lavaliere (nudist, local librarian, and art connoisseur), Jodi Dawns (resident potter, hermaphrodite, and occult devotee), and Maniqua (botanist, outcast, and self-ascribed seer). From these unorthodox characters evolves an equally unorthodox tale that fathoms the unfathomable in a sceptic-governed world.



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