Drowning in mounting financial problems and apparent mental illness, Travis tries booze, pills, even golf to stay afloat, but nothing works. His wife and friends are forced to stage an intervention. Travis is in danger of losing his family, his career, and ultimately, his sanity. That is, until he meets a Hindu holy man in rehab who claims to be the final incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Suddenly, the tragically shallow Travis is saddled with the responsibility of bettering mankind and saving the world.
Conrad Avery Sutton III is dead, but he's still around. And he's bent on revenge, frat-boy style. Responsible for the hazing "accident" that killed him is supposed golden boy Ryan Hutchins. Cult sensation Will Clarke delivers a darkly comic tale described as a cross between Animal House and The Lovely Bones.
"better off dead"