Sunless is one of the lucky few. He has problems - don't we all, these days? - but at least his health insurance will allow him to have them treated. So he boards the PharmaLake train in Salt Lake City, which takes him to his appointments in the PharmaLake hospital, where he's prescribed PharmaLake pills. In addition, Sunless is careful. He avoids flies, just like he avoids angels. Both species have a tendency to spy on him. But there's something he keeps meaning to ask his doctor: what have they done with his father? Sunless may be crazy, but so is the system that treats him. And only one of them is interested in a cure.
Gerard Donovan was born in Ireland and now lives in New York. This is his first novel.