By William Kotzwinkle
William Kotzwinkle, the esteemed writer of The Fan guy and E.T.: The Extraterrestrial, is in best comedian shape during this outrageous and uproarious parable featring Hal Jam—a tremendous black endure who reveals a manuscript less than a tree within the Maine woods, dons a go well with and a tie, and heads off to the large urban to hunt his reputation and fortune. What follows is a riotous magical romp with the buoyant Hal Jam as he leaves the quiet, nurturing international of the woodland for the glittering and corrupt global of people. big apple and Hollywood and all that lies among function an expansive palette for Kotzwinkle’s wickedly humorous satiric brush. The endure Went Over the Mountain skewers our age’s obsession with cash and repute in a scrumptious bedtime tale for grown-ups.