God Helped Us Smuggle Hash: An unusual true story of hippies in the 1960s and the unorthodox love story that complicated it

God Helped Us Smuggle Hash: An unusual true story of hippies in the 1960s and the unorthodox love story that complicated it by Pepper Sweet 1515310663 9781515310662
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In the late 1960s, teenage Justin Case finds himself trying to discover who he is in the midst of a tumultuous cultural revolution. Rejecting the elite environment in which he was raised, Justin drops out of college in his junior year and dives headlong into the counterculture.

Justin joins up with his high school buddy Sky and Skys girlfriend Daisy to fully adopt a hippie lifestyle. But when the war in Vietnam escalates and the United States military is drafting every eligible young man, Justin and Sky are faced with a difficult dilemma. Their decision is to cross the Atlantic where the three of them make a beach their new home in the enchanting country of Morocco.

Out of the militarys reach and longing to contribute to the emerging cultural revolution, the trio begin smuggling hashish into the United States. Soon it appears that some divine presence is helping them to succeed, protecting and supporting their illicit contribution to peace and love.

But even as their smuggling seems blessed by a higher power, a love triangle begins to develop that could tear the three apart forever.

A bizarre true story, God Helped Us Smuggle Hash returns readers to the spirit and politics that drove the hippie movement through the late sixties into the uncertain seventies.

Author: Pepper Sweet

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 226

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2015-09-24


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