Suddenly the peasantry in Arizona want to know more than they’re supposed to know.
Suddenly these poor folks are now turning off their televisions, even throwing the goon boxes out windows, and starting to look around.
Suddenly all Arizonans want to vote and not for those now in charge of the 48th state to achieve statehood.
Suddenly they’re all reading The Road Princess And Eternity by Rawclyde!
This slim little novel, which is about a beautiful go-go girl of yesteryear lost in the Arizona outback, has taken the southwestern state by storm. The tall story is such a potent piece of spiritual hullabaloo that it has mysteriously, mystically, miraculously popped the censorship bubble under which the Arizona populace has suffered, especially politically, for decades. First copyrighted in 1990, The Road Princess And Eternity has been pretty much an unexplored literary territory until it was recently resuscitated on the internet by its relatively unknown author, Rawclyde! Now, suddenly, Arizonans are reading it.
Oh oh. And now Arizonans wanna know everything!