Anthony FrostBlog


26 Oct 2016 by admin

Eileen is terribly alone. And her being alone is a modus vivendi that takes a toll on the way she views her body, her desires and the world in which they manifest.

Eileen spends her time waiting for something to happen that will break the curse of loneliness and will take her away from her alcoholic, abusing father and from the depressing job as a secretary in a correctional facility for boys. But the narrative is such constructed that the reader is made to foresee that when this will happen it will be a passport both to freedom and to damnation.