Set against the rainy, muddy backdrop known as the Woodstock ’94 Music & Art Fair, Peace, Love n’ Mud tells the not-so-classic tale of a young boy, who despite hailing from a damaged family where he encounters negativity at every turn, Kraig uses his passions along with a little luck and unwavering faith to find his way to salvation.
Don’t let the name fool you, there’s more to “Peace, Love, n’ Mud” than one might think. Sure, part of this multifaceted read takes place at Woodstock ’94, where Kraig Geiger, the novel’s author and protagonist, recounts much of his tale but that is just part of it.
“Peace, Love n’ Mud” tells the not-so-classic tale of a boy who hails from a damaged family. It begins generations ago, where he treats his readers to a thoughtful and insightful look at the “how’s” and “why’s” of his situation.
Despite his continual attempts to be loved at home, he must endure continual negativity. But don’t despair—after all, Kraig doesn’t. Instead, he finds and ultimately uses his passions along with a little luck and unwavering faith to find his way to salvation.
“Peace, Love, n’ Mud” is a book about strength, pain, loss, love, hope, faith, lust, music, art, belief, and beauty. It’s for anyone who dares to dream, but is not afraid to live in reality.