Poetry and short fiction that doesn’t apologise for what it is – equal parts painful and passionate. Exploring loss, agony, misery and a slew of other hardships, this volume possesses a variety of darkness.
Asher wants nothing more than to impress his girlfriend, whilst she wants nothing more than to gain esteem through social media. Then there’s Donna and Phil, new to Acacia Lane and eager to embrace their love of Halloween and all it represents, much to their neighbour’s displeasure. Unknown to them all, something will inevitably bring them together, and possibly even bring chaos to their uneventful lives.
He’s accurately named the “Gardener”, as in his possession is a most enchanting garden, with its own collection of delicate butterflies. He cares for them; feeds them, grooms them, even mourns them when they perish, but he’s also the reason they expire, for he is their captor. Taken from their lives and branded as property, the young women must endure their time as a beloved butterfly.