On New Year’s Eve 1999, while being interrogated by the police for a murder, David begins an oral quest via confession(s) to help comprehend his crippled married life to his wife Meredith Kilgore – the recipient of a mysterious illness, Meredith’s need for deception, and David’s eventual need for a psychiatrist and police authorities. David encounters a host of characters and transitional subplots as told in ‘Flashbacks’ with the different characters (“Brian”, “Brian”, “Bernard”, “Harold”, “Melora”, etc.) in his discovery and awakening to internal love in the face(s) of his own marred ego. David’s continual hardships are revealed as the plot and multiple story-lines delve into the explanation, cause, and result of David Kilgore interrogation by the authorities. The narrative reveals David’s continual mental subjugation to a strong female character named “Miana Aames” as he works to sustain his internal-self in the face of an ever changing and deadly path to reach enlightenment and LOVE.
The story and thematic arcs are out of place, time, and space and will appeal to ‘All Audiences’ within ages of understanding quality literature and related topics within my work about one man and woman's journey to enlightenment. The thematic narrative is presented in the first person and examines human, ethical, and spiritual lessons earned and learned from losing identity by examining, extracting, and filtering splintered ego(s) reinvigorated by the disappearance (and/or) acceptance of self-induced fear of being a perfect anonymous failure at life and connected destiny of self in the face of LIFE and DEATH.