On the ninth floor of an upscale apartment complex, a young couple will come to terms with the loss of their son and the impending release of their daughter from a psychiatric clinic on her fourth birthday.
In the three days leading to Korine being released from the clinic, The Mother, The Father and Linda will each, in their escapism, deal with their own demons. And each will captain their negation and ridicule before eventually, on the third day, falling into some kind of teary and blissful acceptance.
This is a story of happiness, regardless of the hurt and suffering of which it is sometimes garbed.
Dark existential fiction that is just as rich in philosophy as it is strange and uncomfortable.
From the reclusive mind of Irish writer, C.SeanMcGee, fifteen novels that delve into the perverse and lurking shadow of humanity where all the more interesting stories take place.
When questioned on his own dark, twisted, and weirdly optimistic perspective of life, C.SeanMcGee merely replied,
“One must be a complete failure at life to be any good at writing about it.”