Coyote Moon



Coyote Moon You may think Field of Dreams meets Cocoon, or perhaps, The Natural meets Love Story, some may even say that it s Ball Four clashing with Stephen Hawking s A Brief History of Time.But, John Miller s Coyote Moon is all of these and In a gone to seed trailer park on the edge of the Mojave Desert, quantum physics runs headlong into reincarnation as the park s highly eccentric residents sit around in the evenings drinking home brewed beer and asking themselves Can a young, previously unheard of rookie baseball player be the latest in a line of reincarnated spirits leading back to Sir Isaac Newton And in the clubhouse of the Oakland Athletics, the mysterious athlete in question, Henry Spencer, a young North Carolinian with nothing than a high school education and a fuzzy memory, tries to reconcile, among other arcane topics, Werner Heisenberg s Uncertainty Principle with the somewhat less intellectual world of baseball.Coyote Moon, John Miller s eagerly awaited fourth novel, will have you laughing with delight and wondering to the very end just who the young Henry Spencer really is, and what exactly, links him to the most unusual trailer park in Needles, California. Free Read [ Coyote Moon ] Author [ John A. Miller ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Coyote Moon
  • John A. Miller
  • English
  • 18 August 2017
  • 0765345447

10 thoughts on “Coyote Moon

  1. Hardly says:

    The writing style is intriguing, even compelling, as is the subject matter, at first handled with such skill that the reader hardly notices how much telling instead of showing is going on, with the introduction of the sizeable cast From the first few chapters, we know that the two sets of characters are fated to meet, and we can t wait for it to happen however, along the way, things get weird Couples come together without effort, and the author feels no need to show us the intricaci The writing style ...

  2. Michael Brockley says:

    COYOTE MOON by John A Miller is an ambitious book that doesn t quite realize its goals A superb baseball player who might be a re incarnated mathematician shows up at the Oakland A s spring training compound The player, Henry Spencer, is a prodigious catcher and hitter who accomplishes feats in the field and at bat that defy logic Yet Henry seems to be indifferent to the National Pasttime, almost biding his time Meanwhile in a small trailer park in the Mojave Desert, a group of intellectual COYOTE MOON by John A Miller is an ambitious book that doesn t quite realize its goals A superb baseball player who might be a re incarnated mathematician shows up at the Oakland A s spring training compound The player, Henry Spencer, is a prodigious catcher and hitter who accomplishes feats in the field and at bat that defy logic Yet Henry seems to be indifferent to the National Pasttime, almost biding his time Meanwhile in a small trailer park in the Mojave Desert, a group of intellectual eccentrics await a singularity The residents spend their time making love, eating fantastic food which one of the women grows in her garden, drinking beer, being innovative and waxing philosophically about science, reincarnation and politics, a somewhat leftist version of Ayn Rand s 70 page sociopathic rants At some point, Henry appears to abandon baseball in order to join the Mojave Desert eccentrics The conclusion seems to be that incompatible dualities c...

  3. Marvin says:

    I m not sure how good a book this is some of the writing was a little awkward it was occasionally a little heavy handedly didactic but it sure did amuse me We start out getting to know a couple of MIT physicists, one about 60 one about 40 When the younger one dies, the older one ditches his old life, drives across the c...

  4. Ants says:

    Do you think I was influenced in my rating since I have owned an Airstream trailer for decades Do you think I was influenced in my rating and review because I like Heisenberg s Uncertainty Principle Do you think I was influenced since I recently read histories of California and Arizona and I appreciated the historical accuracy wrapped into the histories on some of the characters Do you think I was influenced by prior travels through Needles and amazement at how the author made the setting app Do you think I was influenced in my rating since I have owne...

  5. Leigh says:

    Not something that I would have picked out for myself, but my husband gave it to me for Christmas, no doubt because of the subtitle A Novel of Love, Baseball, and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle I enjoyed it An eccentric group of trailer park residents in Death Valley, including a brilliant mathematician physicist who has walked away from his wife and career, and a rookie baseball player with an instictual understanding of physics that allows him to catch and hit anything Funny and w Not something that I would have picked out for myself, but my husband gave it to me for Christmas, no doubt because of the subtitle A Nove...

  6. John says:

    I read for pure enjoyment and Coyote Moon kept me entertained cover to cover It resides on my bedside table permanently I never tire of how Miller draws the reader into each situation and character What middle aged guy can t relate to Benny s profound intellect The whole Needles crew are so enchanting Add in an eccentric simple athletic freak who shakes up the embedded foundation of the baseball world and it just gets better Who doesn t dream of a simple life filled with amazing interestin I read for pure enjoyment and Coyote Moon kept me entertained cover to cover It resides on my bedside table permanently I never tire of how Miller draws the reader into each situation and character What middle aged guy can t relate to Benny s profound intellect The whole Needles crew are so enchanting Add in an eccentric simple athletic freak who shakes up the embedded foundation of the baseball world a...

  7. Meril says:

    suffers from a problem I ve seen in too many baseball novels the sense that the writer is writing about the wrong decade of baseball, with the wrong sort of players, with names that do not exactly go with a set of men that would be playing major league baseball in 1996 or later.that and what comes off as general unrealism in the baseball scenes I realize a lot of baseball novels are not exactly mimetic fiction, but it s hard, so hard, to get the tone right, and what should be humorous exagg suffers from a problem I ve seen in too many baseball novels the sense that the writer is writing about the wrong decade of bas...

  8. Bobbie says:

    I m not going to claim that this is the best writing in the world The story is sort of loose and has multiple threads that don t really come together BUT I love this book Miller does a good job of creating the scenes and bringing...

  9. Paul Reiman says:

    A quirky, interesting, unpredictable novel It was quite unlike the novels I usually read, which I should have figured out by the novel s subtitle A Novel of Love, Baseball, and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle I really enjoyed it

  10. William says:

    The book has an interesting plot line and compelling characters I was a fun read but not real exceptional Definitely different and also funny in places.It has some great put downs of the baseball pathos Good job, John Miller When are we going to see books

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