Bill Golembeski Releases The English Setter Dance
That’s what soulful high school graduate Peter Barooke hopes is the case, anyway, as he sets out in 1974 to find The Revolution, the true meaning of his existence amid the Wisconsin wilderness that surrounds his uncle’s empty cabin in the woods.
Peter arrives at the cabin only to find that a local rock ‘n’ roll band and their English setter have already taken up a temporary residence there. As he comes to know the group and its leader’s songs and philosophies on the meaning of existence, Peter believes he has finally found his Revolution and the kindred spirits he longed for back in high school.
He soon discovers, however, that even The Revolution has a price, and it’s quite a bit more than that of an apple.
Two Peas Publishing is proud to announce the release of The English Setter Dance by Bill Golembeski. Golembeski is a teacher and also the author of the forthcoming novel The Gospel According to Dara. The English Setter Dance is his first novel. His winking, familiar prose provides the framework for a story that is all about the search for a universal meaning of life. From Peter Barooke’s helpless role as observer to Rock ‘n’ Roll Randy’s peculiar dialogue and Richard Lamm’s gentle, revolutionary leadership, Golembeski has created a world that anyone who remembers the early 1970s will recognize. It is a world full of rock music, love, war, and soul-searching; and a dancing English setter named Lola.