THE HERMIT is a tale of enlightenment from the gutter, of a man being torn apart by his own personal revolution. In the spirit of Jack Keroac’s On the Road and Hunter S. Thompson’s The Rum Diary, THE HERMIT is a harrowing journey into living magic—the search for the divine through the crucible of raw existence. From the Humboldt Hills to the Badlands of the Dakotas, Gabriel D. Roberts charts the treacherous pathways between homelessness, heartbreak, and heroism.
READ an excerpt of The Hermit on The Hermit: ‘The Goddess and the Garden’.
Each of the sixty-four copies of the limited Hex Edition is bound in French flaps, features one of the sixty-four I-Ching hexagrams, and is signed by the author.