Down and out Criminal lawyer Michael Faraday has just come home from rehab and is ready to rock. There's only one problem: he has no money, no clients and no likely job prospects, All he has is one hot, kinky red-haired playmate and a handful of bills. He is horny, hungry and desperate when he gets a phone call from mysterious Asian investors who are seeking someone with proven negotiating skills and nothing to lose. He takes the bait, and they fly him halfway around the world to an oddball island in the South China Sea where he is drawn into what no one would imagine impossible.
Concluding the tale that began with his debut novel, From Seven Till Dawn, D.H.Weiss’ Faradise is a darkly funny tale of sex, morality and human excess that will keep you up until sunrise. It is writing on a par with that of top-flight surrealist novelists from Haruki Murakami and Kurt Vonnegut that deserves to be read.