On the road in England 1971...
When you lose your Self, what do you do?
Take a trip to Dorset, Warwickshire and Infinity.
A very English Kerouac set to a Withnail & I scale, this is the story of Bill Booker’s search for the meaning of life in the summer of 1971.
Waking up to the fact that he’s a lonely stranger amongst his so-called friends and, spurred on by the need to sort his head out, Bill sets off from Leicester, heading south on a journey with some new friends, wandering through his memories, dreams and reflections, soaring upon hallucinogenic wings, devouring egg and chips in back street cafés, haunted by a pair of apparitions . . .
Trippers is now out on Amazon, B&N etc and hopefully from all good bookshops or visit my site for a link to order direct from the publisher. www.williamjbooker.com