Turn, Turn, Turn

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Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Turn, Turn, Turn begins in 1967 with the Summer of Love through the end of the Vietnam war. As a five foot one, sixteen year old Long Island Jewish boy just graduating High School, his only goal in life is to someday be normal. He discovers LSD, fraternity life, free love, political activism, drug dealing, a devastating loss, a missed love, a life in San Francisco and eventually a way back. More

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About Marc Koller

Recently retired from the day-to-day work world. Marc currently lives in Portland Oregon on his 36’ motor yacht, where he creates his art and dabbles in writing. Marc lives with Harry his eight year old Golden Retriever. During the 2018 election Marc ran for US Congress from Oregon’s 3rd Congressional District, as an Independent. His main vocation now is supporting progressive candidates. Marc is working on his next book about the struggles of a creative individual within the structure and controls of the corporate world.

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Jnana Hodson reviewed on on July 5, 2019

Forty years after coming of age as a Long Island Jewish boy in the flowering of the hippie experience, these reflections follow the transformation of a shy, beer-guzzling frat brother into an acid tripster. Koller describes the LSD-induced awareness he felt clearly, recognizing that for him it was transformative, "like a secret door had opened up that had been waiting just for me." Ultimately, he declined to follow his highs into a spiritual practice he sensed was possible but instead chose to continue with drugs and "the ladies" – a routine that becomes tedious to follow.
I'd be curious to hear their side of this guy-thing story. The missed opportunities work both ways.
The memoir also bogs down in a slew of misspellings, grammar issues, and needless verbiage.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
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