The problem for Dobbs is he’s so undercover that he himself has no clue of his mission and is driven by a fateful blast of laughing gas at Reading Rock Festival two years prior that hooked him up to, what felt like, all the sadness in the world. Little did he know that a Tempest of the most Shakespearian proportions had entered his life on that day and is about to sweep him away to the depths of the Peruvian Amazon, on a mission to find Ariel, Prospero’s boding spirit.
Join Dobbs, in this nitrous fueled quest to find the only thing left he believes can stop that which haunts him after a blast of Laughing Gas; a miracle.
Just because you are your final destination doesn’t mean it’s not going to be a bumpy ride!
A non-fiction ayahuasca tale
If Paul Theroux had teamed up with William Burroughs & then Robert Anton Wilson had sat & edited their manuscript, they still would have fallen short of producing this masterpiece. Visionary & shockingly daring! - Steven Ashe - Qabalah of 50 Gates.
Front cover photography: Dave Dobbs living outside the Guardian offices in London in his live-in Mayor Mobile during his ‘would be London Mayor Campaign.’ He, like nearly all the other prospective candidates, did not have the £10,000 it cost to buy into the London Mayor Campaign and thus considers himself, after the success of his Spoil Your Vote campaign, The Would Be Mayor of London.