Peter stood in her doorway – angry and soulless and damned in the doorway – and called her name again.
Reeling from a road rage incident, Peter struggles to come to terms with a world capable of inflicting random acts of violence.
At first the incident brings him closer to his endearing housemate Lilly, who consoles him with a liberal dose of gin and her take on the intuition of animals. But the more Peter dwells on what happened, the more the contagion of random violence threatens to infect every aspect of his life.
Under the cold, watchful eye of a raven, Peter’s humanity slowly unravels.
With echoes of Edgar Allen Poe, this modern gothic tale confronts, disturbs and chills.