The Infinite Jeff
Stanley, an out of work tech writer, who is deeply unsatisfied with the lack of meaning in his life. To him, work serves only to put money in the checking account. Church is filled with messages he can’t connect with so Christianity feels out of reach. Out of desperation to support his family, he takes a short-term contract job on the other side of the country. He cannot afford to fly so he packs his car for the cross-country journey. The trip gets strange almost immediately when he reluctantly picks up a hitchhiker.
The Infinite Jeff is a book of our times. It is high on lists with other great spiritual fiction, inspirational fiction and takes a deep look at how we could build a world that works for everyone.
As one reviewer said on Goodreads.com:
“What a great book! Easy to read, hard to put down but certainly pertinent to the lives of many during these days.
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