From the grand old man of comedy, George Burns to the up-to-the minute observations of today's everyman, Dave Barry, these great humorists share one thing in common: their very individual, often raucously funny perception of the world around them. Laugh and enjoy!
"Sorry Dave. You have overdone boogers."
The Movement: A Children's Story for Grown-Ups is the tale of a little clockwork man and his search for the Maker and the cruel joke. Told by the narrator in a “sitting around the fireplace enjoying a warm cup of cocoa” sort of way, the listener embarks on a journey through a wondrous land inhabited by wondrous creatures. Yet, the listener soon discovers that the wonder of these creatures is blanketed in a thick comforter of despair brought on by the cruelty of the joke.
Welcome back, dear Reader! Back to that wondrous world full of marvelous creatures. Back to that magical land full of (not so) little hills, brightly colored meadows, and wonderful little brooks that need crossing. But let us not forget, dear Reader, the darkness of the forest, and the inhabitants therein...
The Movement: Concluded is a completed anthology of The Movement Series including the works: The Movement: A Children's Story for Grown-ups, The Movement: Revisited, and Edem's Flight. Told through the voice of a paternal narrator, the stories take on a whimsical, magical feel. Well, dear listener, might I once again suggest a warm cup of cocoa, some gooey chocolate chip cookies, and a warm fire?
And here we are again, dear listener--at the conclusion (as it were) to our tale. Yet conclude it does not--not in the regular sense, mind you. But we shall get to that...in time.