In the final book of The Cult of Following trilogy, the drifting existence of Percy Field is manoeuvred in a firm direction. Slightly puzzled by it all, Percy decides he has nothing to lose by making the most of what is on offer. Astoundingly, in a feat comparable to turning water into wine, Percy’s usual negativity is transformed into something bordering on positive. For the first time experiencing what it is to be widely adored, Percy begins to believe his admirers’ estimation of him, feeling he is finally sailing through life. But what happens when a ship loses its rudder?