Elevator Shoes

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2004 - Fiction - 124 pages
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Along with a nomadic sect of handicapped adults and a lemon-scented train engineer, Daniel Furdman and Barbara Kauff have established a traveling lecture series, where plasma donation is encouraged and Thomas Jefferson is divine. The couple pushes forward a simple approach to living, recommending the Seven Precepts as a healthy alternative to the modern world. With the addition of a locomotive engine, a kidnapping scheme, and a used Honda, "Elevator Shoes" is a suggestive blend of sarcasm and narrative discourse.

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