The Eden Express

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Dell, 1988 - Fiction - 276 pages
97 Reviews
The Eden Express describes from the inside Mark Vonnegut's experience in the late '60s and early '70s-a recent college grad, in love, living communally on a farm, with a cherished dog and prized jalopy-and then the nervous breakdowns in all their slow-motion intimacy, the grim despair they afforded, and the taste of mortality and opportunity for humor they provided.

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Review: The Eden Express: A Memoir of Insanity

User Review  - Anne - Goodreads

What a likeable guy! Such an interesting memoir. He has some important things to say. "There is nothing good about being mentally ill except it gave me a strong and us diluted desire to not be ... Read full review

Review: The Eden Express: A Memoir of Insanity

User Review  - Christine Fay - Goodreads

The book chronicles Mark's insights as he treks across the United States and into Canada (effectively acting crazily enough to avoid being drafted) to found a commune of hippies in British Columbia ... Read full review

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