Could there be an unconscious awareness of the primitive self? Is there an unknown dark side of a personality, perhaps incubated within a shadow of a dormant lair in the mind? Is it hidden, or buried, beneath every diverse fear and insecurity waiting to be found?
DROP is a humorously dark fiction that explores the unchartered abyss within the subconscious. While being a philosophical and psychological journey into the heart of madness and evil, it also merges the frantic ramblings of a confused narrator who questions his every conscious projection as either paranoia, or worse, reality.
In the grip of a powerful hallucinogen the narrator begins to question his own sanity, along with that of everyone else’s around him. Over time he begins to feel the tug of something nefarious clawing through from somewhere deep within; or perhaps calling him into the unknown to stay. Whatever it is, it seems to be manifesting itself through his peers only adding to the struggle inside himself. He tells the story in a perplexed and paranoid manner that draws the reader in to keep them guessing at what is real, and what is mere delusion. DROP creates a maze of psychotic hilarity and desperate madness that leads to an unforgettable ending.
Humor, bizarre prophecies, a macabre urban legend, and a philosophical tour of evil are ingredients stirred into this maniacal plot. It is a throwback telling with an all but forgotten style, garnishing a reverie of madness.