About the Book
This novel is about loss and fulfillment, heart and soul, love and selflessness. It's conventional in the way it defies convention. It's fantasy, but at the same time, universal. It's often funny, but sometimes poignant. It's equal parts coarse and tender. It has lots of explicit depiction of sex, a little bit of political commentary, a generous helping of irreverence and sarcasm, and plenty of pop culture.
At this work's very heart is a possibility, the audacity of which shines a bright light into the dark corners of traditional relationships and reveals the flexible gossamer that connects each of us, one to another. It dares to wonder: is love just a quality of the flesh, or is it the fundamental pathway between souls?
Patrick Bernardy was born in 1974 in Louisville, Kentucky. He is a 2007 graduate of Western Kentucky University with degrees in history and language arts, and a teaching degree in social studies. After spending most of his life in Kentucky and seven years in Australia, he now lives in Denver, Colorado.