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Grandmaland by Matthew Coulter


by Matthew Coulter

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 059546646X, Paperback)

Where will we bury the boomers?

At Grandmaland, a grandiose burial resort and theme park that springs from the active mind of history professor Cal Marpoult.

Who will write the epitaph for the baby boom generation?

What does the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba have to do with Grandmaland?

Where will Cal find the investors to finance his dream?

Why is there a federal wetlands in the middle of the arid West Texas plains, where Cal hopes to build his resort?

How can an art-loving statistician help create Grandmaland while capturing Cal’s heart?

Follow Cal on a fun-filled adventure that mixes feng shui with Shakespeare and tons of American history. His journey ends where the legacy of his generation begins.

Grandmaland. It’s the Boomer Legacy.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:17:14 -0400)

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