Saving a friend’s life leaves Kenyon Oster feeling like the poster child for mental illness. When he emerges from a coma to face the same friend’s unwarranted lawsuit, the remaining pieces of his world shatter. He doesn’t know how to forgive his friend, but he doesn’t know how to live in a world without goodness. Struggling to reassemble a sense of self, his battle for wholeness takes him on a ride plagued with crazed anxiety, PTSD, and agoraphobia until he ends up homeless in New York City. When he takes a job for Graydon Carter (Vanity Fair magazine), Kenyon is able to open his heart to forgiveness. His battle to become present with himself exaggerates the pure evil he’s faced with. You’ll laugh and you’ll cry; but mostly you’ll be encouraged by his strength and conviction. Afterall, a broken heart is a force to be reckoned with.