The Idea of Knowing Something

by Goose Punk



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/9/2018

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 64
ISBN : 9781984513571
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 64
ISBN : 9781984513588
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 64
ISBN : 9781984513595

About the Book

The Idea of Knowing Something is a truthful account of what it’s like to be homeless in a town where something is definitely wrong when most of the people don’t seem to notice or are apathetic toward the whole situation. It is a town where bones keep turning up on the sidewalk and junkies are disappearing as fast as they move into town. The book examines ideas toward what keeps happening in the news with President Trump and all his businessman talk about arming teachers. It takes a look toward some sort of ritual that nobody but the homeless junkies notice on what they believe to be chicken bones, and they keep dancing a sick man’s game. This book will keep you in your home no matter how tempting it is to go homeless and will literally scare you senseless. But keep in mind that the facts in this book are true. You won’t have to worry if you don’t live in our town, a town that’s haunted with ghosts of people who died on the street (or the railroad tracks) and one that was probably built on an Indian burial ground. Definitely, this is a book you want to let your kids grow up with before they hide under the blankets with a flashlight and tell ghost stories from.

About the Author

Goose Punk has been an American Citizen since 1989. He moved to the US when he was just 7 years old, seeking the safety of the law. Since in Canada where he was from, there was no law in that particular part. He used to sing Oh, Canada in French & English every morning, & upon entering High School in The US, thought The Pledge of Alegence was rather boring. He chose to sit through it at assemblys. Now, Goose Punk resides in Mount Vernon Washington, & can usually be found on the bus, at a local center, & at the cafe where they feed the homeless there.