Orphan Of God follows Gregg Rush, a factory worker, a gifted but unpublished writer, living and working near a small city in the Midwest. Gregg believed he had landed upon a concept, beautiful yet monstrous, sacred but corrupt, an antinomy, deeply buried within the core fabric of human nature. His journey led him into intriguing and mysterious corners, places that would steal his faith, his sanity, and ultimately, his life.
This dark, contemporary novel explores the minds and experiences of broken women, born beautiful, but then corrupted by childhood incest. Gregg calls this species, daughters of Venus, dazzling and irresistible, but voracious and lethal to their prey.
This chronicle exposes elements of the soul hidden from most by nature, and for good reason. In the end, you will be left spinning, caught in the web of the narrative, wondering if the concepts are fictional or not. Use discernment. Fact and fantasy walk a razor’s edge.