It was just a boring drive through the Nevada desert...until the Sonderberg family picked up a beautiful young hitchhiker named Mouse and found themselves on a wild, careening ride down the exit ramp to Hell. It seems the entire universe is doomed unless Mouse, a transdimensional alien, can find and heal the dying cosmic Spinner who controls the very fabric of reality. Suddenly attacked by a demonic gas station attendant, axe-wielding rats, and fire-breathing cops, the Sondberg family must become warriors in a now-mystical motor home and battle pangalactic diners, weird worlds, impossible voids, and brain-bending realms of madness. They're driving into a fantastic nightmare to save all creation at the Vanishing Point on the Cosmic Road...which happens to be US Interstate 40!
©1999 Alan Dean Foster (P)2016 Dreamscape Media, LLC
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"Magic Faraway tree for grown ups."
okay. it was good. I'm not saying it wasn't. it just wasn't my usual genre. A fantastic journey through many differing realities in a Winnebago! original if nothing else! It felt like a child's fantasy though. a bit like Alice in Wonderland or The Magic Faraway tree. but definitely for grown ups. however, remove the swearing and gore and it's a perfect bed time treat for the youngsters!!!! I wouldn't call it science fiction, and I wouldn't call it fantasy. so let's Just say.... science fantasy. oh yeah, the narrative was EXCELLENT
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