Motel Nirvana: Dreaming of the New Age in the American Desert
Alone and seeking answers, McGrath found herself on a journey through the southwestern desert states in search of an American Dream of the spirit. From encounters with channelers, UFOlogists, and conspiracy theorists to investigations of alien abductees, tree huggers, angels, and immortals, McGrath's chronicle represents nothing less that the spiritual anatomy of a culture coming apart at the seams.
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Motel Nirvana: Dreaming of the New Age in the American DesertUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
British author McGrath visited the American Southwest in 1993 to find herself, or possibly not. She immersed herself in New Age culture, meeting channelers, UFOlogists, conspiracy theorists, alien ... Read full review
Review: Motel Nirvana: Dreaming of the New Age in the American DesertUser Review - George Ilsley - Goodreads
I wanted to like this book, an account of the author's journey through the deserts of southwest US. Maybe if I had read the last chapter first, I would have had more sympathy for the author. She takes ... Read full review