Fiction story that follows a twenty year span in the life of a Walter Mitty-type character through middle-aged crisis.
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Veteran of a bad war, child of the sixties counterculture, philosopher, family man, and failed spiritual leader for a congregation of two, John Grant struggles to make sense of his existential malaise and survive its strangling hold on his life while working for the United States Postal Service.. Grant is a dope-smoking darker Walter Mitty. His one touchstone with reality, wife Rhonda, leaves him and he must struggle alone with the complicated questions that often arise in a mid-life crisis, surrounded by a cast of characters even stranger than his own post-Vietnam delusions. Contending with peanut-crunching, gun-toting postal clerks, rabid dogs, his best friend's bad acid trip and a postmaster who wants to fire him, our hero navigates the streets of a ficticious Indiana town with the same hilarious and lyrical alacrity as the author navigates through the language.