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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Topic / Adult
  • Language:English
  • Pages:119
  • eBook ISBN:9781623096892

The Mystic Voyager

or (We need another religion like a hole in the head).

by Gary Poole

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Overview
A ghost from beyond visits a science fiction writer and dictates a book to him that contains the secret of life. Many topics are explored including religion, politics and sex, with the spirit inhabiting the writer's body to experience sex again. During this ghostly visit, the two share many adventures in New York City. It is a comic novel with serious overtones as the hapless writer channels work through this paranormal visitation. This is a hilarious romp with a philosophy that can be life changing for readers. Can this spirit be The Prophet from Kahlil Gibran, Moses or Buddha? Is it a fictionalized version of an actual event? Did it actually happen? That's for the reader to decide.
Description
A ghost from beyond visits a science fiction writer and dictates a book to him that contains the secret of life. Many topics are explored including religion, politics and sex, with the spirit inhabiting the writer's body to experience sex again. During this ghostly visit, the two share many adventures in New York City. It is a comic novel with serious overtones as the hapless writer channels work through this paranormal visitation. This is a hilarious romp with a philosophy that can be life changing for readers. Can this spirit be The Prophet from Kahlil Gibran, Moses or Buddha? Is it a fictionalized version of an actual event? Did it actually happen? That's for the reader to decide.
About the author
Gary Poole is a former Editor-in-Chief at Western Publishing, Inc., New York (Golden Press) and has had 20 books published including The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again (Grosset & Dunlap), which was made into a movie starring Tim Conway and Don Knotts, Ghostbusters II Jokebook released with the movie starring Bill Murray, TV Comedians (Tempo Books), Movie Monsters (Modern Publishing), Tales of the Spookynatural, (Tempo Books), and a series of children’s books called the Itsy- Bitsies (Modern Publishing), plus a Hardy Boys Mystery, The Skyblue Frame (Simon & Schuster), among others. He has also created scripts for The Twilight Zone, Flash Gordon and Boris Karloff’s Tales of Mystery, along with scripts for Warner Bros. cartoon characters Bugs Bunny, Tweety and Sylvester, Yosemite Sam and others including Little Lulu, Underdog and Bullwinkle for Gold Key Comics. A graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, Gary appeared in numerous plays and television productions. In radio he has worked as a disk jockey and talk show host and has voiced hundreds of commercials. He spent seven years as master of ceremonies of Network Television Preview Theater in New York City, testing pilot films in front of live audiences. While writing is his primary occupation, Poole is also an artist and has illustrated several of his books. His paintings adorn the homes of various patrons from coast to coast. Recently, he signed with Carolina Galleries in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Poole performs regularly on radio with radio personality Bill Drake as The Merriment Players doing satires of old-time radio shows. He is also in demand as a speaker and lectures widely at colleges, universities and corporations. Gary also serves as narrator for symphony orchestra and choral concerts. His recent book Radio Comedy Diary, a study of the Golden Age of Radio, was published by McFarland & Company, Inc.
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