Dr. Blake Brimstone is on a mission to end the suffering of the disabled.
Blake is a world famous brain surgeon who suffers from cerebral palsy. No, early-onset Alzheimer’s. Or maybe he’s just drunk. He can’t remember and only knows he wants to help the handicapped who suffer like he does. Luckily, his psychiatrist, Dr. Stork Stiltson, is ready to help. The man is seven-feet tall with a two-foot torso, five-foot legs, four arms, one huge eye, huge lips, nose, and head. Dr. Stiltson suffers from anhedonia, an inability to feel pleasure, which uniquely qualifies him to take Blake on an odyssey of blindness, deafness, paraplegia, terminal illness, psychosis, and many other wretched conditions of the human experience. As Blake continues his journey, he wonders if he’ll share forever the fate of the children of a crappy god.
REALITY GONE WRONG is a 75,000 word satire about life.