Being The Lesser Person

Maybe you really can judge a book by its cover!

To expand: Jack McClean lives in a sumptuous world which does little to capture his imagination. He is in a loving relationship with Elissa; but their lives are moving in different directions. She lives in a grounded world. Neither of them is in control however; powerful captivating, profoundly likeable characters seem to make up their world, and Jack feels stressed, threatened and like he is forced to behave like a puppet on a string. Then it becomes clear that someone is trying to sabotage his life. Denial is his first response: incredulity. The story will absorb you and possibly make you consider that nobody has a perfect life, but that there is huge happiness to be embraced. The people whom you are with every day really are your world. The people in Jack’s world are mostly great people... but someone is dangerous and it’s unnerving, and it’s difficult to know who that someone is... He is terrified and fascinated, but how do you stop something if you don’t know where it starts; if you don’t know who is doing this? Trust in those around you is hard to maintain when you know that you have been betrayed by someone…