What do a Woodstock hippie, a suburban American family, a time-traveling Buddhist, and the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security have in common? Nothing. That is, until a quantum disaccordian resonance bubble pops, depositing hippie Manfred Redford—along with triverticular particles—into the George Douglas home in the middle of the night.
What happens in a southern steel mill town when the crew-cut white fifties collide with civil rights and the revolutionary sixties? In 1969 high school senior Brad Williams was caught flat-footed in a whirlwind of change, as his neighborhood was threatened by integration, the government conducted the draft for Vietnam, and he found the bittersweet taste of first love.