A boy from the future went to Woodstock...

While running from a Juvenile Court-ordered group home in Portland, Oregon, in 1990, seventeen year-old Arien Danner is catapulted to another time as the result of a freak electrical accident. And so begins a tale of life in the Haight-Ashbury, a pivotal experience of the People's Park Riots in Berkeley, and the adventures of a cross-country road trip. The tale concludes at Bethel, NY, the site of the legendary Woodstock Festival in 1969.

Within an exploration of the period are elements of coming-of-age, finding love, communal life, and a mystery quest into New Age and Native American magic and spirituality.

Though The Woodstock Paradox is fiction with a touch of fantasy/sci-fi, it is well-researched and contains many historically accurate details.