Within the pages of this unorthodox work lurk craziness and concept. The novel is constructed in short stories that involve religion, politics, time travel and even the unedifying spectacle of old people having sex - each chapter subjected to the idiosyncratic storytelling of the author. It is hoped - no more so - that Rathbone, Wayne Hackett, Phillip Hickey, Cornelia Bonham and others will be recalled and debated long after the final punctuation mark. But not derided - though even that is preferable to the criticism of being considered forgettable. By the same author: "e;Going To The Last"e; and "e;Less Is More"e;.