The Sixth Spoon: The Tale of a Probate Lawyer Gone Weird (Paperback)
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What happens if you put a probate lawyer, a physicist/cab driver, a Minnesota Rollergirl, and some dead people all together in a slightly irreverent story? Well, you get this book. It's about connections and consciousness; about a woman lawyer who acknowledges that she is looking for "something extra, something more." It's fast-paced, sassy, and laugh-out-loud funny. There are several hilarious vignettes relating to law school experiences and courtroom scenes that are somewhat unusual. It explores physics, the concept of "syzygies," quantum entanglement, interdimensional/ time travel, the Theory of Everything (TOE), "poppin' the quiff," and Penrose tiles. The author has pulled in northern climate experiences and readers may recognize Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Duluth, and other "up-nort" Minnesota venues, both past and present.
About the Author
Carelle Jean Muellner Stein was born in Duluth, Minnesota. She graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1993. Carelle likes to travel, enjoys music, art, architecture and design, and is an avid reader. She practices yoga and dances as often as she can. She has also attained 4th Rank in Shorin Ryu Karate. Carelle has a healthy, maladjusted family (a pack of ring-leaders). She can usually be found somewhere in Minnesota with her husband, Ted, where she is famous for not answering her cell phone. This is her first book.