In a world of violent mimes, mass protests against the metric system and freelance arsonists comes the story of a man tormented by abstract nightmares and dealing with the frustration and chaos of his job. He dreams of marrying the boss's daughter so he can fire all of his co-workers. But just before he can achieve his dream a group of insane Bulgarian investors buy the company. Their goal is to build a purple ray gun to defeat a giant blender that is chasing the new owner. Taste the Purple is so much more than a comedy, it answers the powerful questions of our time like does the right shoe go better with butter? Or does the angry blender break his pencil? Or if oranges were blue, would they still be called oranges? Confused? You should be. Read Taste the Purple to understand all of this and to find the meaning of life*. *Disclaimer - The meaning of life may or may t be inside this vel.
Adam Mayer lives in Oregon with his wife and writes about the anarchy of life and how he sees the world. He wrote his first novel, Taste the Purple, as a comedy loosely based on his experiences of being a former technician as well as his fanatical hatred of the metric system. And most of all, his greatest fear; that mimes will once again get prime time television shows.