About the Book
In this tightly written novella, Evan Wechman pulls no punches in describing the horrors and rituals of the character, Steve, who suffers from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD). Steve desperately wants to rid himself of this debilitating disorder. Even more so, he struggles with life's most vital issues such as life, death, heaven, and hell. Steve, a secular jewish person constantly questions God's existence and whether his belief system is closer to Judaism or Christianity.
This work is intentionally brief, as the author does not believe in wasting language or words. Rather, this concise book is aimed to capture the reader's attention right from the beginning. It might be deemed controversial as it builds towards a climax which pits one religion against another. However, it is a must-read for anyone interested in faith or mental health.
The author is himself a sufferer of OCD and though the work is fictional, realistically portrays a character who is consumed by the disease. Wechman contends that the depiction of this disorder in other media formats has never been so boldy told.