The Infinite Jeff (part 1): A Parable of Change

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Stanley,an out of work tech writer,is unsatisfied with the meaning in his life. Of the 3 places he feels should have meaning,religion,work and family,only one gives his life purpose: family. In PART 1 this starts to change. Out of desperation to support his family, he takes a contract job across the country. He can't afford to fly so he takes a cross-country journey. Everything changes. More

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About Will Holcomb

Will Holcomb is a software engineer, writer and playwright, among other things. His four part book "The Infinite Jeff", explores questions facing both the individual and society/humanity. It takes a fascinating look at religion and human potential. He is currently editing part 4 of "The Infinite Jeff", and working on a new play. The first play, "Shakespeare Rocks", was written for a youth troupe as a fun way to get them interested in Shakespeare. His second play, "Clinically Un-Depressed", premiered to sold out shows and standing ovations. It was the highest grossing show for Bastrop Opera Houses 2017/2018 season. It explores the possibility of how lives could be transformed if we simply reacted differently to others.

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Majones reviewed on on March 12, 2018

Captivating and enlightening! I read it from cover to cover without stopping because I was so drawn to message being shared. The characters remind me of everyday people, well, except Jeff who was extraordinary. It really makes me reflect on my own life. Excellent read, Thanks Will!! Keep them coming.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Matt Moore reviewed on on July 25, 2016

I can easily relate to Stanley and am inspired to be a better man. A great read that kept me wanting more. I immediately started on Part 2 and can't wait for Part 3 and 4 to be available.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Kb57 reviewed on on May 29, 2016

With a rating......... Again, can't wait to continue the journey.
(reviewed 40 days after purchase)
Kb57 reviewed on on May 9, 2016
(no rating)
I am so glad I read the writings of Will Holcomb. Can't wait to go on more adventures with All the characters and learn more about them. A must read.
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)
Gailreinap reviewed on on Oct. 6, 2014

A very thought provoking read. Kept my interest the entire book. It took complicated religious issues and put them in easy to understand ways. I look forward to reading the next part.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
jamiebeard reviewed on on April 3, 2014

I would honestly have to say that after reading part one of this book it made me realize, made me open my eyes to see that I was not experiencing the small little miracles in life that happen all around us. WHEN not IF you read this book keep your mind open and know that God's hand is one hundred percent holding not only the effect the book has on the reader but the author himself.
(reviewed 68 days after purchase)
Ron Kemmis reviewed on on June 3, 2013

"The Infinite Jeff" isn't the kind of book I'm usually interested in, so I was quite surprised that it completely pulled me in. It's a good story, but also brought a perspective that I never would have thought of. It definitely made me think. And that's not easy to do!
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Cynthia Jarrell reviewed on on May 23, 2013

I want to say I love this and I couldn't put it down but that is too cliche' however.. it's true. I want to know what happens to Stanley next, who IS Jeff, his road trip passenger and what is going to happen next! This story is engaging and the characters are real. I laughed, I held my breath and I am hooked.....I cannot wait to read the rest!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Mimi Roland reviewed on on Nov. 21, 2012

"The Infinite Jeff" is a book that people will be talking about for a long time.The characters are believable, funny and thought provoking and the situations are fresh and lively. I kept wondering what I would do. So glad there are more to come!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Monica Miller reviewed on on Nov. 20, 2012

This book is thought provoking, heart warming, and down-right funny! Will Holcomb's main character in The Infinite Jeff asks questions that so many of us have asked as well. You will not want to put this book down. - a must read
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Monica Miller reviewed on on Nov. 20, 2012

This book is thought provoking, heart warming, and down-right funny! Will Holcomb's main character in The Infinite Jeff asks questions that so many of us have asked as well. You will not want to put this book down - a must read!
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Danne Absher reviewed on on Nov. 19, 2012

Completely engrossing. Once I got familiar with Stanley and his enigmatic travel companion, Jeff, I was hooked. I read better than half of the story in one sitting. While I wait for part 2, I will reread the last 20 pages or so because there was so much philosophy to process while pressing on with the fascinating plot. I'm also eager to read/reread some of the texts that inspired The Infinite Jeff; it's a theological exploration that prompts introspection, but never preaches.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)

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