Travelling from the present to the past and back again, The Turning Points tells the story of a young man’s seemingly unstoppable descent into madness.
1. Ensnare a young, (moderately attractive) innocent, naïve guy.
2. Take him to bed and make sure he thinks I’m on the pill.
3. Fall pregnant.
4. And then?
Was it really a four point plan? And what the hell was the ‘and then’? She couldn’t recall.
Marilyn Jackson has Peter Stanchford in her sights. She has a trap and he is the prey. If he had any common sense, he would run away as fast as his 19 year old, second year university student legs would carry him, for Marilyn is bad news. But Peter doens't have any common sense, in fact he's flattered by her advances. Join Peter as he makes one bad decision after another, failing to cope with young adulthood and all that it throws at him. Set at the dawn of the new century, Peter is more twit than Twitterer, but you just can't help feeling sorry for him.