Provocative and compelling, Swell is the story of a solitary and outwardly unremarkable man whose life is revealed to be anything but ordinary.
It is a raw and penetrating account of heartbreak and isolation, of innocence betrayed and twisted love.
You may also come to believe it is about murder.
Pay attention to the riddles hidden in plain sight, play the game to the bitter end and you will see whether you are right to believe what you think you know.
Swell will take you on an extraordinary and unforgettable journey which, in the end, will lead you to reflect upon what sacrifices you would make to survive.
There will be times when you question your own morality.
It is also an allegory for human co-existence in the 21st Century, yet the prose transports the sense of a grainy black and white movie, a Romance Noir, with stark imagery and poignant drama drenched with connotation.