Evil can have no meaning if it does not come from goodness
The ramblings of a man who thinks he's seen an angel. A night out in London seen through drunken eyes. A goddess snatching a holidaymaker down to the underworld. A desperate husband seeking help for his dying wife. A man stuck down a manhole after his stag do. The tell-all story of the ups and downs of a global pop band. The reminiscences of a faded actor. An appeal to His Satanic Majesty for help.
These are just a few of the eclectic cast of characters and stories created by L. A. Davenport, author of The Nucleus of Reality, or the Recollections of Thomas P–, Escape, No Way Home, and the memoir My Life as a Dog, as he explores the meaning of life in the modern world.