An existential crisis. A powderkeg of unacceptable behaviour waiting to explode. Conflicts with capitalism, sexuality and grief lurk in the subtext of an ever-darkening storyline.
This novel focuses on one central character who is trying to piece the last year of her life together. She is openly confused. She is anti-social and nihilistic; she speaks her mind and has too much in common with us all to be dismissed as a lunatic.
This is Nikita, dripping with casual nihilism and drowning in the consequences of her own actions.
This is Kate; she has a past that, as you very well know, will not stay buried for long.
And as their lives come crashing towards each other like personified freight trains hurtling through adultery, addiction, vacuous morals and mountains of cocaine, they realise that they might just have more in common than they first thought.
If you're wondering, the opening chapters aren't that gay, so I've uploaded chapter 20 so you understand why it's in a gay category.
The book is finished so I will try to upload more chapters as and when I can.