“We are all animals, Sophie, all of us. We think we are so smart—masters of our
destinies, yes? We lie to ourselves that we have control. But if it does not rain, we
die of thirst. If it rains too much, we drown…”
Everyone needs to discover his or her own special place in the world, but Sophie
has found it almost impossible. Late one night, in the tumbledown waiting room
of a derelict Cambodian train station, she meets a stranger who offers to change
Having seen how fleeting and cruel life can be, Alex has found his own way to
deal with its uncertainty. With the help of Marcus, his mentor, he has come to
believe it is only through artificially imposed order and physical discipline that
one can find a semblance of serenity.
Alex is certain he knows how to cure Sophie of her existential angst. But lurking
beneath his altruism, does he have his own agenda?
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Published October 4, 2012
by Burning Book Press.
Erotica, Literature & Fiction.