Saturday, January 30, 2010

Starting at Catcher, Albert Einstein

Coyote Moon, A Novel of Love, Baseball and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle by John A. Miller; 2003; Forge, New York; 302 pages; Fiction Miller/0-765-30627-1; 2/9-2/12/06
Reincarnation, the Oakland A’s, a unknown catcher and the Mojave dessert all come together in this tale of mystical realism. Henry Spencer comes out of nowhere to play for the A’s he knows things that he doesn’t know why he knows them. He, his Mexican significant other, a German engineer, a retired postal worker, and a New England physicist all come together on the edge of the Mojave dessert. It is a good book, but I just don’t know how to describe the story. The baseball action is good on the field and in the clubhouse.

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