Paradox Book - Devon Denham
Paradox is a self-published book by Devon Denham, chronicling years of living out of a van, and the various escapades that come with it. Written in a no-nonsense, honest tone, it's a straight-up document of living a life less ordinary, that's not afraid to shine a light on both the highs and the lows.
Here's how he describes it...
"218 pages of traveling the world on a penny pinchers budget. At times so cheap I was reusing the same coffee cop from Panera for two months to fuel myself with free caffeine to type this book. The book covers other areas like living in a van in a not so luxurious manner for three years to an in-depth analysis of dealing with chemical imbalances, traumatic head injuries, the mental healthcare system and how society handles individuals that simply “can’t hang”. The overall theme of all the stories is an interconnected synchronized sense that I’ve discovered years ago. You could says it’s an amplified gut feeling, but in some scenarios it was creepy how ironic the coincidence was. The stories, pages, design, photographs, and production of this book were all done on a DIY scale. No publisher, self funded, self distributed."