Mel's life was well-rounded until he tripped one day and fell into another dimension where everything is pointy. No one believes his stories of a pointy world, but he won't give up his tale.
What's the point of this picture book by the always quirky team of Yorinks & Egielski? Is it a pointed satire on our perception of reality? Does it point to our disjointed experience of life? At what point does Mel trip over the line into fantasy?
I don't know. Just enjoy the hilarity of What a Trip! by Arthur Yorinks and Richard Egielski.